Korean Grand Prix 2013 Results: Reaction, Stats, Standings, Post Race Analysis

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Korean Grand Prix 2013 Results: Reaction, Stats, Standings, Post Race Analysis
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Sebastian Vettel made it three wins in a row in Korea, four wins in a row in the 2013 championship, and 34 Grands Prix victories in his career with a victory in the 2013 Korean Grand Prix.

The German turned pole position into a race win with what team principal Christian Horner told him over the radio was a "disciplined drive". His fourth-consecutive world title will surely be confirmed in a race or two.

Behind him, though, the Korean GP was anything but a procession. Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean bagged the other two podium places, while Nico Hulkenberg was a creditable fourth.

There was no shortage of incident, with two safety cars, Mark Webber's Red Bull in flames, a delaminated tyre for Sergio Perez, both Ferraris colliding and more.

Here are the essential details from the race weekend at Yeongam.

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