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Why the Korean Grand Prix Simply Isn’t Working

The Korean Grand Prix has struggled to establish itself as one of the Formula One calendar’s "must-have" races. You only get one chance at a first impression, and the hurried completion of the Yeongam circuit (and the term "completion" is used here very loosely) meant it was never going to grab the hearts of F1 personnel and fans alike. In short, the track is actually rather good and can promote good racing. But it’s the package it comes in that’s the issue, especially given the promise that surrounded the initial proposal for a Korean Grand Prix. Potential Not Delivered At the time of the announcement, as reported by Autosport, there were no Korean drivers or teams. There are still no Korean drivers or teams. But there wa...

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