Button issued title warning as Vettel reigns in Japan

SEBASTIAN VETTEL fired a title warning to Jenson Button after claiming an impressive victory in the Japanese Grand Prix.<br /><br />The German Red Bull driver led from start to finish in Suzuka, while Button could only come home in eighth, one place behind his Brawn GP team-mate and closest title rival Rubens Barrichello.<br /><br />The result reduces Button&rsquo;s championship lead to 14 points with two races to go, but Vettel, who moved to within three points of Barrichello, believes the title race up still up for grabs. &ldquo;It can still be done,&rdquo; he said. <br /><br />&ldquo;Jenson will be looking at both sides after today. As I&rsquo;ve said many times already, I will fight until the end, until the last breath.&rdquo;<br /><br />Button, however, played down the threat of Vettel, admitting: &ldquo;I only lost one point to Rubens today, which is my main priority. Obviously we lost a few points to Sebastian but we were expecting them to be strong here. We go to two circuits now which should suit our car.&rdquo;<br /><br />Vettel was followed home at the famous figure-of-eight circuit by Toyota&rsquo;s Jarno Trulli, with world champion Lewis Hamilton third.<br />