Vettel and Red Bull march on in Korea

Vettel and Red Bull march on in Korea

While it's hard to look past Sebastian Vettel as favourite for Korea, it's not a foregone conclusion that Red Bull will have things its own way, as EDD STRAW outlines in his grand prix preview

It's all becoming very familiar. After an up-and-down first part of the season, Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull have hit their stride when it really matters and head to Korea off the back of three wins.

Unfortunately for the rest, not only does the Red Bull look mighty right now, but Vettel also has a fantastic record in Korea. In the three races so far held there, he has won two and would have triumphed in the inaugural race in 2010 but for a late engine failure that appeared to have sounded the death knell for his title hopes.

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