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The passing of the Korean GP hasn't been widely mourned, but was Yeongam really all that bad?
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Martin Brundle explains the dilemmas organisers face in putting together the F1 calendar.
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Your one-stop-shop for all the driver reaction from up and down the grid after the dramatic Korean GP.
Sebastian Vettel moved into the lead of the World Championship after heading a Red Bull one-two.
Mark Webber edged out Sebastian Vettel in Korea as Red Bull locked out the front row once more.
Ted Kravitz casts his watchful eye over all the big stories in the paddock after the Korean Grand Prix.
More early starts are called for, but the Sky Sports F1 team will bring you every session live from Korea.
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Relive the celebrations from the second Korean Grand Prix, where Sebastian Vettel took victory.