It's going to be closer than it was in Japan
Red Bull may have stolen the headlines again in Korea on Friday, but the backstory is different to Japan as both McLaren and Ferrari looked fast enough to challenge Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber. Mark Hughes explains why
The headline figures make it look like Red Bull might repeat its Suzuka qualifying form around the very different layout of Korea's Yeongam circuit, but in the race simulation runs of both McLaren and Ferrari there is real hope that Sunday could provide a much closer contest.
Even with the two events just seven days apart, Red Bull's development continues apace, with modified front brake ducts and further tweaks around the exhaust bodywork.
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