Adrian Sutil says his season has improved as he’s become more familiar with the new Pirelli tyres.
Vettel and Button won the Singapore and Japan votes.
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Both drivers lost places on the straight but Di Resta took a point.
There was no repeat of last year’s engine failure as Vettel claimed his tenth win of 2011.
Red Bull wins the constructors’ championship, 140 points ahead of McLaren.
Pole sitter Hamilton slips to second as Vettel wins in Korea.
All the data from qualifying for the Korean Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton ended Red Bull’s monopoly on pole position in 2011 in Korea.
Lewis Hamilton is on pole position in Korea.
Jenson Button was fastest ahead of Lewis Hamilton in the final practice session in Korea.
Pirelli’s choice of tyres could make for an unpredictable race in Korea.
Lewis Hamilton led the way as conditions remained wet in Korea.
Michael Schumacher was fastest in a wet first practice session in Korea.
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Force India paid the price of not splitting their strategies as the safety car delayed both drivers.
Jenson Button sweeps to victory as Sebastian Vettel is crowned champion. Pictures from Suzuka.
Jenson Button won his third race of the year but it wasn’t enough to keep Sebastian Vettel from winning the championship
Sebastian Vettel wins the 2011 Drivers’ Championship at Suzuka.
Jenson Button wins the Japanese Grand Prix, ahead of Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel.