Why Korea could be a wild one

Why Korea could be a wild one

With no dry running in Friday's Korean Grand Prix practice sessions, and zero slick Pirelli data to go on, Mark Hughes reckons Sunday's race could be the most unpredictable of the season

This one has got the ingredients of a wild race.

We had a rained-out Friday, during which the meaningful laps were all on wet-weather tyres or intermediates, and the forecast is for more rain in free practice on Saturday morning, followed by a dry qualifying and race.

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