- Red Bull clinch contructors' title with first and third places in Korea
- Sebastian Vettel wins with Mark Webber completing the podium
- Vettel has 127-point lead in title race after 10th win of the season
- Jenson Button leading a four-strong battle for second place
Sebastian Vettel made it 10 wins for the season with victory in the Korean Grand Prix Sunday to help his Red Bull team clinch the constructors' championship with three rounds remaining.
His teammate Mark Webber finished third behind Lewis Hamilton to set the seal on their triumph.
Jenson Button was fourth for McLaren, who have chased Red Bull all season with Ferrari a solid third.
Vettel, who wrapped up his second straight world title in Japan last week, now has a lead of 127 points over Button, who will be hoping to hold off Fernando Alonso, Webber and Hamilton in the battle for second in the standings.
Vettel can equal the all-time record of his fellow German Michael Schumacher with wins in the last three races in India, Abu Dhabi and Brazil.
Drivers' standings after round 16 in Korea:
1. Sebastian Vettel (Ger) Red Bull 349 points
2. Jenson Button (GB) McLaren 222
3. Fernando Alonso (Spa) Ferrari 212
4. Mark Webber (Aus) Red Bull 209
5. Lewis Hamilton (GB) McLaren 196
6. Felipe Massa (Bra) Ferrari 98
7. Nico Rosberg (Ger) Mercedes 67
8. Michael Schumacher (Ger) Mercedes 60
9. Vitaly Petrov (Rus) Renault 36
1. Red Bull 558 points
2. McLaren 418
3. Ferrari 310
4. Mercedes 127
5. Lotus Renault 72
6. Force India 49
7. Sauber 40
8. Toro Rosso 37
9. Williams 5