Hamilton, Alguersuari and Vettel named top drivers in Korea.
The Korean Grand Prix fell short of expectations for those hoping for a close contest.
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Red Bull nearly had a one-two to celebrate their constructors’ title.
Lewis Hamilton was back on form in Korea and broke Red Bull’s streak of pole positions.
Alonso drove a brilliant final stint before telling his team he’d “given up” trying to pass Button.
Schumacher missed the top ten in qualifying and was taken out of the race by Petrov.
Renault’s poor second half of the season continued with another no-score in Korea.
Jaime Alguersuari equalled his best ever finish with seventh.
Both drivers lost places on the straight but Di Resta took a point.
Fourteenth wasn’t the best result of the year for Lotus but Kovalainen beat both Saubers.
Sauber struggled on Korea’s low-grip surface and couldn’t get the super soft tyres to work.
Daniel Ricciardo beat one of the Virgin drivers for the second time this year.
Barrichello beat both Saubers and a Renault on his way to 12th.
Timo Glock spent the race watching the Lotuses drive away from him.
Sebastian Vettel has enjoyed an astonishing run of success since losing victory in Korea last year.
All the race strategy information, lap times, pit stops data and more from the Korean Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel ran away with it but there were close battles through the rest of the field.
Mark Webber said coming pitting on the same lap as Lewis Hamilton was a strategic error.