Sebastian Vettel faught through two Safety Cars restarts to continue his run of victories in Sunday's Korean Grand Prix.
Leading off the line, the Red Bull racer kept his rivals at bay as he built up a 8.4s lead over Romain Grosjean when the first Safety Car came out on 31.
The SC was deployed when Sergio Perez suffered a massive tyre delamination that sent bits of his right front tyre and carbon fiber all over the track.
Restarting six laps later, the German built up a 2.2s lead over Kimi Raikkonen, who had just overtaken Grosjean, when the Safety Car was again called for.
This time it was because Mark Webber's RB9 caught fire after the restart when he was hit by the late-braking spinning...
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