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Weekend review and results round-up

Dan Wheldon tribute at Las VegasEvents elsewhere in motorsport this weekend were utterly overshadowed by the death of Dan Wheldon in a horrifying 15-car crash early in the IndyCar Series finale at Las Vegas.

The Indianapolis 500 winner and former series champion was launched into a violent roll into the wall and fencing during the incident, and sustained unsurvivable injuries. The race was abandoned, with the remaining undamaged cars completing five parade laps in Wheldon's honour. Dario Franchitti clinched his fourth title, but in the most joyless of fashion.

Before the tragedy in America, it had been a weekend of celebrating triumphs, as Sebastian Vettel's Korean Grand Prix win made Red Bull constructors' champion again, Casey Stoner clinched the MotoGP title as a warm-up crash sidelined rival Jorge Lorenzo, and Matt Neal fought off all his rivals to claim a third British Touring Car crown at Silverstone.

Wheldon dies from injuries after Las Vegas crash

The F1 sessions

Schumacher goes fastest in wet practice one

Hamilton tops wet second practice

Button tops final practice in Korea

Hamilton ends Red Bull's pole run

Vettel takes commanding win in Korea

The F1 headlines

Barrichello: Williams decision by Brazil

Hamilton says he is 'cool' with Massa

Proton: No plans to sell Lotus stake

Hamilton: I just need to do a better job

Mercedes 'well inside' the RRA limit

Rosberg calls for pit exit changes

'One move' to be defined in rules

Whitmarsh: Pole will cheer Hamilton up

No penalty for Vettel in Korea

Renault set to extend Kubica deadline

Korea to be 'step into the unknown'

RRA talks to roll on to Abu Dhabi

Pirelli, FOTA to discuss 2012 rules

Petrov handed grid penalty for India

Ferrari warns over future of FOTA

Motorsport reports

NASCAR: Kenseth wins as Johnson crashes

MotoGP: Stoner takes title with home win

Moto2: De Angelis beats Bradl in Australia

125cc: Cortese wins shortened race

BTCC: Neal wins as Plato hits trouble

BTCC: Shedden win keeps title fight alive

BTCC: Neal champion as Chilton wins race three

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