Perfection from Vettel, if not the tyres

Perfection from Vettel, if not the tyres

Sebastian Vettel scored another crushing win in a Korean Grand Prix, while tyre complaints were largely of his rivals' own making, as MARK HUGHES explains

The mob rule of the majority of the teams against Red Bull's recent dominance pressured Pirelli into bringing the super-soft/medium tyre combination to South Korea.

The tougher the tyre, the more of Red Bull's downforce advantage can be used. Funnily enough, the others didn't fancy that and pressed for a more marginal choice, to stop Sebastian Vettel disappearing into the distance.

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