Race
  Pos Driver Team Laps Pits
1 Vettel FL GER Red Bull 55 2
2 Räikkönen FIN Lotus 55 2
3 Grosjean FRA Lotus 55 2
4 Hülkenberg GER Sauber 55 2
5 Hamilton GBR Mercedes 55 2
6 Alonso ESP Ferrari 55 2
7 Rosberg GER Mercedes 55 2
8 Button GBR McLaren 55 2
9 Massa BRA Ferrari 55 2
10 Perez MEX McLaren 55 2
11 Gutiérrez MEX Sauber 55 2
12 Bottas FIN Williams 55 2
13 Maldonado VEN Williams 55 2
14 Pic FRA Caterham 55 2
15 van der Garde NED Caterham 55 3
16 Bianchi FRA Marussia 55 2
17 Chilton GBR Marussia 55 2
18 Vergne FRA Toro Rosso 53 4
19 Ricciardo AUS Toro Rosso 52 2
20 Sutil GER Force India 50 5
Retirement
oil pipe Webber AUS Red Bull 36 3
spun off di Resta GBR Force India 24 2

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Vettel stands on his car and salutes the crowd who respond with cheers. It was another clean sweep for Vettel - pole, fastest lap and the victory - and he won by 4.2s in the end. 4.9s covered the top three, so at least I was right that it wouldn't be as dominant as Singapore!

While Massa and Perez are P9 and P10 they are both under investigation for an incident where they collided, and a time penalty for one would give Gutierrez his first point.

Interestingly before they head out to the podium Grosjean is bemoaning the safety car to Vettel, saying he had a much longer final stint planned and thinks he could have got him.

The national anthems ring out as Vettel makes it four wins in a row. He's potentially just one victory from the title now...

Vettel: "Fortunately we had enough pace to always open up a little bit of a gap even though Kimi and Romain were very competitive the longer the stint was. I'm loving what I do" (No booing incidentally)

Raikkonen: "The car was just understeering too much all weekend. That was really the limitation for how much I could push. We decided to stop much earlier and that was a good move"

Grosjean: "It was pretty good fun. I think we had the chance to catch the Red Bull"

With the end of the driver interviews it's time for us to sign off. Thanks for joining us and for all your questions and comments, it really was an exciting race if a predictable winner. Make sure you stick with ESPNF1.com for all the reaction, and we'll be back with live coverage of the Japanese Grand Prix next weekend.

Lap 55

On to the final lap and Vettel has this one won. But can Grosjean get his team-mate? 0.7s remains the gap. Hamilton 0.3s behind Hulkenberg and he needs a do or die move really to get the move done on this final lap.

Alonso right behind Hamilton and he attacks Turn 4 and 5 but good defending from Hamilton. Vettel cruising round...

SEBASTIAN VETTEL WINS THE KOREAN GRAND PRIX. Raikkonen holds off Grosjean and it's a brilliant fourth place from Hulkenberg. Somebody give him the car he deserves. Hamilton's fifth ahead of Alonso, Rosberg, Button, Massa and Perez.

Vettel might be walking away with the championship, but that was a great race behind him I feel for Grosjean as he had second place secure until that safety car, but I don't think he could have got Vettel.

Ricciardo's retirement (along with Sutil parking it in the garage) almost gave Caterham P10 in the constructors' - Pic finished 14th and one place from leapfrogging Marussia.

Lap 54

Vettel sets the fastest lap as we have Ricciardo stopped on the outside of the track and yellow flags are out. Grosjean is 0.7s behind Raikkonen with two to go. Hulkenberg has pulled away from Hamilton a bit and Alonso is close behind.

Lap 53

Grosjean gets the gap to Raikkonen down to a second and he's flying in the middle sector. Rosberg passes Button in to Turn 3 and then defends in to Turn 4. That's P7 for him.

Lap 52

Araving emails in: "I hope the folks at McLaren are watching Hulkenberg and lamenting at what they lost by not signing him last year!"

Raikkonen responds to hold Grosjean back at 1.3s, but he's 4.5s behind Vettel. Drivers complaining about tyres all through the field. Three laps to go after this one. Hamilton is right on the back of the Sauber in the final sector and Hamilton radios in: "Has anyone got any suggestions?" Brilliant.

Lap 51

Alonso looks good under braking in to Turn 3 but nobody attacking each other for now. This scrap for P4 could be great in the final lap or two. Hamilton on Hulkenberg: "It's unbelievable how much traction he's got"

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