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Red Bull preview the Korean GP

Tuesday 9th October 2012

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Red Bull preview the Korean GP

Red Bull preview the Korean GP

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

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

Sebastian Vettel: "In principle, the track is made up of two parts: a permanent race track and the end, which is more like a street circuit although we're not in the city. The track is located on the western edge of the province of Yeongam, which is in the far south of the country. The circuit is demanding and the last section is very tight."

Mark Webber: "The Korean circuit is like a fast Budapest. It has long straights early in the lap; I had a good fight there with Lewis last year, which I enjoyed. The last two sectors are very busy with lots of corners. Generally it can be a little bit cold there, so we'll see what that throws up to us in terms of the tyres. As always, we'll be looking for a good result."

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