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Fernando Alonso wins GP of Korea to lead the standings

Fernando Alonso took over as the world's top racing Formula One (F1), after appearing as a winner in a very violent fight in the Korean Grand Prix, today.

29-year-old driver won for the third time in the last four races with Ferrari, after a rival who drove from pole position and the previous top standings, Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing Team, was forced to resign because of the engine erupted in the 46th round of 55 cycles have completed all the rider.

South Korea's race ended when the day was almost dark, after the race was delayed due to rain early in the game and raised a red flag because there is a problem trajectory.

Racers from Australia, Mark Webber, head of the standings before the race in the South held for the first time in the new circuit in Yeongam, touching on the 19th lap when he was in second place after Vettel. This is the second time for Webber did not finish for this year.

Meanwhile, British driver Lewis Hamilton on McLaren was second with 14 seconds adrift of Alonso, while the Brazilian driver Felipe Massa on the podium for Ferrari.

Seven-times world champion Michael Schumacher of Germany was fourth followed by rider from Poland's Robert Kubica in fifth for Renault ladder.

Drivers Vitantonio Liuzzi of Italy (Force India), veteran players of Brazil Rubens Barrichello (Williams), athletes from Japan Kamui Kobayashi (Sauber), his team mate Nick Heidfeld of Germany, and German driver Nico Hulkenberg (Williams) is in the top 10.

With two races remaining, Alonso is now bagging 231 points, while Webber was in second place with 220 points. Hamilton in second position to make 2008 world champion was sitting in third place with 210 points, while Vettel ladder slumped to fourth with 206.

The competition was very excruciating evening for the defending world champion Jenson Button, who finished 12th for McLaren, because there are problems after the pit stops.

30-year-old rider from England with 42 points adrift of Alonso while the rest of the contested points to stay 50 points.

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