Sebastian Vettel led Mark Webber to a Red Bull one-two in the Brazilian Grand Prix to take the world title fight to the final race of the season. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso took third place to retain the championship lead from Webber and Vettel. Red Bull’s formation finish ensured they clinched the constructors’ championship for the first time. Lewis Hamilton was fourth and retains a slim title chance while Jenson Button’s fifth means he cannot retain his crown. Alonso can afford to finish second in Abu Dhabi and still take the title if Webber wins, or fourth if Vettel does, BBC informs. Hamilton is 24 points adrift of Alonso and would need his rivals to all have disastrous final races to win a second drivers’ crown. Alonso leads Webber by eight points and Vettel by 15. Vettel, 23, dominated in Brazil after taking the lead from surprise pole position man Nico Hulkenberg of Williams at the start.