SINGAPORE - Sebastian Vettel won the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday but the Red Bull driver will have to wait a little longer to clinch his second Formula One world championship.
The German led throughout from pole position to finish 1.7 seconds ahead of a fast-finishing Jenson Button, with Red Bull's Mark Webber third.
Vettel leads the drivers championship by 124 points with five races left and is virtually certain to take back-to-back titles.
Second-place Button would need to win every race while Vettel fails to gain any points.
Mercedes' Michael Schumacher crashed out of the race in spectacular style halfway through, running into the rear of Sergio Perez's Sauber and launching his car through the air into a barrier.