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Fernando Alonso wins dramatic Korean Grand Prix as darkness falls on Yeongam - and Red Bull Racing.

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Nigel K

October 24, 2010 10:56 AM

A dramatic race from start to finish which took some three hours to be completed from the official starting time to the final chequered flag.
Tough luck for the RBR.s, Ewebeer's DNF has been on the cards for some time. Alonso drove a faultless race in the prevailing conditions so deserves the win.
Finishing over 14secs before Lewis and over 30 secs before Massa shows the superiority of Fernando.
Weldone Fernando.

Thomo - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 11:19 AM

If Alonso so superior why was Hamilton better when they were driving identical cars furthermore Hamilton was a rookie Alonso twice world champion. Things never change its still 90% car 10% driver that determins F1 wins as seen today by Vettels misfortune.

LeaZyx

October 24, 2010 11:36 AM

Come on, Thomo, check your data: out of 17 races in 2007, Alonso finished 10 times in front of Hamilton!
But you're right about the fact that Formula One is a constructor championship, not a driver one...

richard

October 24, 2010 12:10 PM

this was all a bit of a farce. the track had no drainage. nearly a quarter of the race behind the safety car. finishing in the dark, etc etc.
but it was an interesting race. force indias couldnt drive on the track, hrt put a wheel on the wrong way/side, button driving slower than a rookie.schumi at least performed better than expected, but nico was well ahead of him, until the accident. by the way, did anyone notice that work was being carried out on schumis car, whilst waiting for the restart?i thought that was against the rules, but maybe not.

Alan D - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 4:04 PM

When Petrov crashed, he destroyed the rear end of that Renault and was just sat there for several moments. Then he climbed out on his own, replaced the steering wheel, and walked off on his own down the pit lane. Where were the marshals and medics? No-one was making sure he was okay when he was in the car, or trying to help him off the track. Suppose he'd been dazed and disoriented and had walked across the pit lane in front of another car. I felt the safety considerations for the driver was lacking today.

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