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Korean GP officially axed
The Korean Grand Prix has officially been dropped from the calendar for the 2015 Formula 1 season, meaning a total of 20 races will be held.
Bernie: We had to add Korea
Bernie Ecclestone has explained South Korea had to be added to the 2015 calendar for legal reasons.
Korea back on 21-race calendar
Formula 1 could be set for a record 21-race season in 2015 after the Korean GP was unexpectedly provisionally reinstated on the schedule for next year.
19-race calendar for 2014
The Formula 1 season will stay at 19 races for 2014 after New Jersey, Mexico and South Korea as expected all failed to make the final calendar cut.
Webber renews tyre criticisms
Mark Webber has renewed his criticism of Pirelli's tyres by suggesting drivers' opinions "aren't super important".
Grid pens for Pic and Bianchi
Jules Bianchi and Charles Pic have been given ten-place grid penalties after picking up their third reprimands of the season during the Korean Grand Prix.
Vettel: I'm loving what I do
Korean GP victor Sebastian Vettel has signalled there will be no let-up in his relentless pursuit of more victories and more World Championships, declaring: "I am loving what I do".
Webber: Podium was possible
Mark Webber believes he could have challenged for the podium had he not picked up a puncture during the Korean Grand Prix.
'Bitter' day for Mercedes
Mercedes have described the Korean GP as a "bitter" experience after Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg failed to translate the W04's pace into a podium finish.
Ferrari's race fears realised
A pragmatic Fernando Alonso has admitted Ferrari's disappointing race pace in the Korean GP simply confirmed what they feared as early as Friday might prove to be the case.
Hulk: Result changes nothing
Korean GP star Nico Hulkenberg doubts his career-best result in Yeongam will have any significant bearing on where he ends up driving in 2014.
Lotus play down radio message
Lotus have played down the significance of the radio message delivered to an apparently-unhappy Romain Grosjean at the end of the Korean GP.
Fire truck sparks confusion
FIA Race Director Charlie Whiting has admitted he did deploy the fire truck that caused confusion mid-way through the Korean GP - although hadn't intended for it to pick up the race leaders.
More Korean glory for Vettel
Sebastian Vettel could win his fourth straight World Championship as early as next week after his unerringly imperious title defence continued with a fourth consecutive 2013 victory at the Korean GP.
Di Resta: Harsh but fair
Paul Di Resta said that Jules Bianchi made the wrong decision in not letting him past during qualifying for the Korean Grand Prix on Saturday.
Grosjean: Better and better
Qualifying has been getting "better and better" according to Romain Grosjean, who lines up third on the grid for Sunday's Korean Grand Prix.
Driver reaction - qualifying
The 22 drivers have their say on Saturday's qualifying action in Korea where Sebastian Vettel took pole.
Hamilton not giving up on win
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes still believe they can win Sunday's Korean GP despite losing out to Sebastian Vettel in qualifying.
Alonso expects to struggle
Fernando Alonso has admitted he expects to struggle in the Korean GP with the Spaniard's faltering title hopes hanging by a thread after another lacklustre qualifying display from Ferrari in Yeongam.
Vettel delighted to beat Merc
Sebastian Vettel was delighted to claim his sixth pole position of the season after a "tight battle" with Mercedes in Korea.