The Korean GP technical review

The Korean GP technical review

AUTOSPORT technical guru Gary Anderson examines the updates and developments seen on the cars during the Korean Grand Prix weekend, including the latest F-duct and front wing upgrades

You might expect things to be slowing down on the technical front as teams begin to think about their 2011 campaigns, but as the unprecedented title war continues between Red Bull, McLaren and Ferrari so the pace of development remains high.

Despite the unpredictable nature of the Korean Grand Prix track's freshly-laid asphalt surface, and the fact that Formula 1 was the first major category to visit Yeongam, all three teams brought new parts to round 17 of the world championship.

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