The Indian Grand Prix saw the 2014 F1 title race come to an end as Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull wrapped up the championship titles with three races still to run.

The German was in imperious form as he maintained his 100 per cent record at the Buddh International Circuit, taking pole for the third year in a row and then taking a third straight win at the venue - in what could prove to be India's swansong on the F1 schedule.

Vettel was a comfortable victor out front, especially after the demise of Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber, leaving his rivals to battle behind for the remaining podium places.

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Nico Rosberg matched his qualifying performance to take second place while there was a starring role from Romain Grosjean as he rebounded from his qualifying disaster to make a one-stop strategy work and take third spot.

Felipe Massa and Sergio Perez took solid points finishes in fourth and fifth with Lewis Hamilton rounding out the top six after a more troubled run in the second Mercedes.

Kimi Raikkonen had to settle for seventh after being unable to make it to the end on a single stop, while there were also points for Paul di Resta, Adrian Sutil and Daniel Ricciardo.

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