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Formula 1: Korean Grand Prix Preview

After a somewhat quiet but game-changing race last Sunday in Japan, this weekend it's the turn of South Korea.

The Korean Grand Prix will be held at the Korea International Circuit, a curious mixture of street and road course. It features one of the longest straights of the year and several (theoretically) good overtaking spots.

Designed by Hermann Tilke, it has a few nice corners too.

Believe it or not, this could be the last Korean Grand Prix—financial troubles are already putting the future of this three-year-old event in doubt. But the 2012 race will certainly go ahead, and it's sure to have a major impact on the title race.Begin Slideshow...

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