Tuesday, October 12, 2010

The Korean GP Gets The Green Light! Great News For Red Bull!

 (Photo Credit: planetf1.com)
  After months of rumors and speculation as to the fate of the Korean Grand Prix, the FIA has finally given the Yeongam circuit final approval. With this news comes confirmation that the track's inaugural event, the Korean GP, will indeed take place. This fulfills the nineteen race calendar set by the FIA and provides the teams with one more race to contend with before the season is done. While this season has had its ups and downs, it hasn't had nearly as many as the Yeongam circuit and the Korean GP. This news certainly brings a welcome sigh of relief for anyone involved, and certainly for F1 fans who were anxiously awaiting the results of the inspections.
  With the final approval, the Red Bulls are certainly looking at yet another promising race weekend. The Yeongam track is filled with tight turns that suit the RB6 chassis' perfectly. As to which Red Bull performs better, that will have to wait. I'm hoping for a strong showing by Mark Webber. But given Sebastian Vettel's hot streak, I wouldn't be entirely surprised if he gets another pole-to-finish. The Red Bulls are going to need to give the Korean GP everything they have before Brazil, where the track has fewer turns than any of the previous two races. Here's to yet another great weekend Red Bulls!

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