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Fernando Alonso Survives To Win Wet and Wild Korean Grand Prix

Here’s a brilliant marketing slogan for those in charge of selling Formula One to the world: “For exciting racing—just add water.” That’s certainly what we got when the F1 gods decided that racing on a brand new and very green track in Korea wasn’t going to be difficult enough and decided to throw some heavy rain into the mix. After a late start under safety car conditions and then a red flag after four laps, it looked possible that the race may not actually get underway and would be abandoned without a lap of real racing. How Red Bull wish that had happened. The safety car start was an unexpected bonus for Mark Webber, who has made a complete hash of his last few starts and was likely to have trouble aga...

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