Double world champion Sebastian Vettel won the Korean Grand Prix in crushing fashion on Sunday to help his Red Bull team retain the Formula One constructors' title after a dominant season.
There were celebrations for Red Bull again as just a week after Vettel clinched the 2011 drivers' championship, the team sealed the constructors' title.
Vettel delivered a final flourish with the fastest lap of the race on his last lap as the top five were separated by just 15 seconds.
Vettel started second on the grid, but took the lead from Hamilton on the opening lap to pull clear and produce a flawless drive to the chequered flag.
Webber, who finished third, made a series of attempts to pass Hamilton, and the duo engaged in thrilling wheel-to-wheel racing.
There was plenty of support for Red Bull and Vettel despite the German already having claimed the drivers' title.
McLaren driver Jenson Button came in fourth, ahead of the two Ferraris of Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa.
Jaime Alguersuari of Toro Rosso, Nico Rosberg of Mercedes, Sebastian Buemi of Toro Rosso and British rookie Paul Di Resta of Force India rounded off the top 10. Force India's Adrian Sutil came in eleventh.
Seven-time champion Michael Schumacher was forced into an early retirement after his Mercedes car was damaged in a collision with Vitaly Petrov's Renault, for which the Russian apologised.
|3||Daniel RicciardoRed Bull||Australian||227|
|6||Max VerstappenToro Rosso||Dutch||165|
|7||Sergio PerezForce India||Mexican||84|
|9||Nico HulkenbergForce India||German||54|
|2||Red Bull||Daniel Ricciardo|
|4||Force India||Sergio Perez|
|7||Toro Rosso||Max Verstappen|