Unlike the previous two races in Korea, the current Grand Prix pass without rain, but that did not stop pilots in almost all parts of the back of the field to fight for position. Not without collisions, but this time it was not the instigator of Romain Grosjean and Kamui Kobayashi. As expected, at the start Sebastian Vettel managed to beat holder pole Mark Webber. The Australian tried to counter-attack, but in the end still lost the lead to his team-mate. And Fernando Alonso was Lews Hamilton in the fight for the third position. Already on the first lap ruined race Kamui Kobayashi to two rivals – Nico first and then Button. As a result, all three of them went down, although the Japanese for some time continued to fight, but then rolled into the pits and on the track is not returned. After the first wave of pit stops Hamilton began to lose pace, behind Felipe Massa. And the Brazilian was even faster than Alonso, however, to attack his partner, who is fighting for the championship, Felipe did not. Especially at a time when the question of continuing his career in a Ferrari. Serious tire wear on the car Red Bull at the end of the race leader has not changed anything in the balance, so that Sebastian won a victory in Korea, and Mark provided a double team. Alosno and Massa finished third and fourth, respectively. At the same time, Fernando conceded the lead in the championship, ahead of Vettel and now its five points. Fifth crossed the finish line Kimi Raikkonen and Nico finished sixth, fought almost throughout the race. Grosjean brought his Lotus at the seventh position, and in the top ten this time proved to be both pilots Toro Rosso, started from 16th and 17th positions. At the finish, Jean Eric was the eighth, and Daniel Riccardo – ninth. Closed the top ten quite lost his pace of Lewis Hamilton, who a few laps to go, and even snagged a piece astroterfa (artificial grass), significantly upset the balance of his McLaren. Now, before the end of the championship four races left, and the next one will take place in two weeks at the Buddh circuit in India.