Mark Webber ran a simulation drive of the Korean Grand Prix about a week ago. Now, it’s his teammate’s turn to give us a closer look at the track that’s hosting its inaugural grand prix this weekend.
In the latest of a season-long simulator drive previewing the next Formula One round, Sebastian Vettel takes us for a ride the newly-built track. There’s not much driver experience in this racetrack compared to a lot of other circuits in the world so you can expect a slobber-knocker of a race this weekend.
And given the stakes involved in the race, you can expect that all the front-runners, including teammates Webber and Vettel, to be at their absolute best come race time, which means that you better expect fireworks to happen at the Korean Grand Prix.
You wouldn’t expect anything less for the closest finish in Formula One since that dramatic 2007 season.