Sebastian Vettel survived numerous restarts and an unsuspected threat from Lotus to take out his second successive Korean Grand Prix
With the track producing less initial front-end grip, those who struggled with oversteer on Friday and Saturday may have found the track had come back to them.
A perfectly judged start from Vettel saw off any immediate thrrat from Hamilton, who had his hands full with Grosjean. Romain quickly displaced Lewis but was now three seconds behind Vettel. Maldonado launched off the line quicker than a dormant North Korean missile – leaping from eighteenth to an incredible ninth.
A tap in turn three sent Massa into a spin and in turn shaking up the order....
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