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Fernando Alonso’s Victory Gives the Korean Fans the Show They Deserve

At several stages this year it looked as if the Korean Grand Prix was never going to happen. First, heavy rain delayed building significantly, then the track was only declared safe on October 12, and finally despite qualifying being successfully completed, heavy rain on Sunday nearly dashed the hopes and dreams of thousands of eager Korean fans. Initially delayed for just 10 minutes it was decided to start the race under the safety car. The drivers tentatively made their way around the track, all complaining that the conditions were too dangerous. Bruno Senna pitted for new tires just two laps in as his front right had been fitted the wrong way round!? After a series of radio messages from the drivers the race was red flagged and with more ...

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