World championship leader Lewis Hamilton will start from pole position for Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix with title rival Sebastian Vettel at the back of the grid.
Lewis Hamilton says he is "loving" his world championship battle with Sebastian Vettel so much that he has banished any thoughts of retirement as he heads into Sunday's last-ever Malaysian Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo claimed his maiden Formula One win of the season in Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix after reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton retired from the lead with a blown engine.
Vettel had also apologised to Webber in a news conference after Sunday's race, saying he had made a mistake.
Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg scored just one point between them in Australia and Malaysia.
The 21-year-old clinched a second place at Sepang, in the process achieving Sauber's best finish ever.
Vettel was fourth for most of the second half of the race before he collided with Karthikeyan.
Force India picked one point from season-opening Melbourne Grand Prix.
Following a no-show in Australia, the Indian driver is hopeful of a better performance in Malaysia.
The race was red flagged immediately, and cancelled a few minutes later.
Karun Chandhok asserted he has not joined Formula One to bring up the rear.
Button, 30, romped home in Australia last weekend and had triumphed in torrential rain in Sepang last year
Raikkonen's win slashed Hamilton's lead to three points.