The F1 calendar will stay at 19 races for the 2014 season after New Jersey, Mexico and Korea all failed to make the cut.
Sebastian Vettel has moved ever closer to a fourth title after his winning run continued in Korea ahead of the Lotuses.
The debate over Pirelli's tyres was reawakened in Korea, with Mark Webber claiming drivers "aren't super important".
Korean GP victor Sebastian Vettel affirmed that he was continuing to take huge satisfaction from his winning run.
Mercedes have described the Korean GP as a "bitter" experience after failing to finish on the podium at Yeongam.
Mark Webber believes he could have challenged for the podium had he not picked up a puncture during the Korean GP.
Fernando Alonso conceded his sixth-place Korean GP finish simply validated Ferrari's pre-race fears over their pace.
Korean GP star Nico Hulkenberg doubts his career-best result in Yeongam will have any significant bearing on his future.
Jules Bianchi and Charles Pic have been given ten-place grid penalties after picking up their third reprimands in Korea.
Lotus have played down the significance of the radio message delivered to Romain Grosjean at the end of the Korean GP.
FIA Race Director Charlie Whiting has admitted he did deploy the fire truck mid-way through the Korean GP.
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes still believe they can win the Korean GP despite losing out on pole to Sebastian Vettel.
Qualifying has been getting "better and better" according to Romain Grosjean, who lines up third on the grid in Korea.
Fernando Alonso has admitted he expects to struggle in the Korean GP after another lacklustre qualifying display.
Paul Di Resta says Jules Bianchi made the wrong decision in not letting him past during qualifying for the Korean GP.
Sebastian Vettel was delighted to take his sixth pole position of the season after a "tight battle" with Mercedes.
The 22 drivers have their say on Saturday's qualifying action in Korea where Sebastian Vettel took pole.
It's him again. World Champion Sebastian Vettel - who else? - has claimed pole position for the Korean GP.
Lewis Hamilton completed a Friday double in Korea in Practice Two to suggest Merc have the pace to challenge Red Bull.
Christian Horner has scoffed at claims Red Bull are running an illegal traction control system on their RB9 cars.
Lewis Hamilton's "really strong" start to the Korean GP has left Red Bull braced for a "tight" battle for supremacy.
Mark Webber has questioned Singapore reprimand that resulted in a ten-place grid penalty for the Korean Grand Prix.
Jenson Button says the minimum weight of next year's cars should be increased so as not to handicap heavier drivers.
McLaren's Sam Michael says while the typhoon will miss Korea, wet and windy weather can still be expected on race day.
Kimi Raikkonen says the back pains he suffered in Singapore are now "no problem" and that he expects to race in Korea.