Teams preview the Korean GP

Tuesday 9th October 2012

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Teams preview the Korean GP

Teams preview the Korean GP

The Formula One teams look ahead to the Korean Grand Prix, which takes place around the Yeongam circuit.

For all the latest F1 odds on the Korean Grand Prix, round 16 of the 2012 F1 Championship, visit Sky Bet.

Red Bull
Sebastian Vettel is ready for a very "demanding" Korea track while Mark Webber will be eyeing a good result...

McLaren
McLaren are hoping to "maintain momentum" into Korea as they look to "narrow the gap to the top in both World Championship points tables"...

Mercedes
Michael Schumacher heads to Korea in a positive mood while Nico Rosberg hopes to make up for his DNF at Japan...

Lotus
Kimi Raikkonen looks forward to his debut at Yeongam where he hopes to stay in contention for the Championship...

Sauber
After the high of Japan, Kamui Kobayashi is expecting another "competitive" weekend in Korea while after his lows Sergio Perez wants to make amends...

Force India
After a mixed weekend at Suzuka, Force India look to edge even closer to the podium at this weekend's Korean GP...

Caterham
A popular track for both Vitaly Petrov and Heikki Kovalainen, Caterham will go all out in Korea to chase down Marussia in the standings...

HRT
This weekend's Korean GP will be a new experience for Pedro de la Rosa and Narain Karthikeyan as the duo have never raced there...

Marussia
Marussia are hoping to get back to their "usual two-car finish" at this weekend's Korean Grand Prix...

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