World champion Sebastian Vettel won the Korean Grand Prix in a Red Bull one-two finish on Sunday to take the overall Formula One lead from Ferrari's Fernando Alonso with four races remaining.

It was Vettel’s third straight race victory after wins in Singapore and Japan. Vettel heads the standings with 215 points, six more than Alonso.

Australian Mark Webber, who had started on pole position but was overtaken by his team mate off the grid into the first corner, finished second to anchor the first one-two of the season by any team.

South Korea's 'Gangnam Style' rapper Psy waved the chequered flag as Vettel crossed the finish line.

The 17th of 20 races, the Indian Grand Prix, is scheduled Oct. 28 in New Delhi.
1. Sebastian Vettel     Germany    Red Bull-Renault    55 laps 1hr 36m 28.651s
2. Mark Webber     Australia    Red Bull-Renault    +0m 08.2s
3. Fernando Alonso     Spain     Ferrari-Ferrari     +0m 13.9s
4. Felipe Massa     Brazil     Ferrari-Ferrari     +0m 20.1s
5. Kimi Raikkonen     Finland     Lotus-Renault     +0m 36.7s
6. Nico Hulkenberg     Germany    Force India-Mercedes    +0m 45.3s
7. Romain Grosjean     France     Lotus-Renault     +0m 54.8s
8. Daniel Ricciardo     Australia    Toro Rosso-Ferrari    +1m 09.5s
9. Jean-Eric Vergne     France     Toro Rosso-Ferrari    +1m 11.7s
10. Lewis Hamilton     Britain     McLaren-Mercedes    +1m 19.6s