By Jayme Monsanto, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - Never has finishing fifth in a Grand Prix felt so sweet. Brawn GP driver Jenson Button used the four points he earned in the Brazilian Grand Prix last Sunday in São Paulo to secure the 2009 Driver's Championship. The Englishman drove a perfect race, starting from a weak fourteenth place and climbing up the table to fifth, winning with four points and more than enough to put him out of reach in the season's ranking chart. With one race left, Button is fifteen points ahead of the second-placed . . .