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Korean GP to go ahead as planned after FIA hands out licence needed for the race to take place

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richard

October 12, 2010 1:31 PM

it will be interesting to see if this track measures up, but one problem remains. there has been no running on the surface, which is newly laid tarmac. will it be able to cope with the torque forces, and will it have enough grip, to provide a good race. i also hope that there will be ares with passing capabilities. we dont want a procession.

James Montgomery

October 12, 2010 2:39 PM

Must admit I really thought they cocked it up this time...

Brave decision for FIA to leave it so late (breaking the 90 day rule) and hoping they would get it ready...

Now time for some racing :) I just hope the tarmac doesnt crumble otherwise this could be a messy gp!

Taz

October 12, 2010 3:24 PM

@James Montgomery

The FIA have no qualms breaking the rules when it comes to covering their own ar*es.

They had no choice but to run it, too much at stake. I'm sure it'll be ok but it make life more difficult for some new events as they'll be stricter next time round to avoid this mess again (surely). Rounds like India & Texas might come under closer scrutiny now.

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