F1 Korean Grand Prix: Red Bull CGI VideoSun, 17 Oct 2010
Red Bull treat us to a CGI of the new F1 track in South Korea
The F1 Circus gets bigger and bigger every year as Bernie Ecclestone continues his aim to host a Grand Prix in every country that can scrape together a few hundred million to add to the bank of Ecclestone. And one of the newest to succumb to the charms of Bernie and F1 is South Korea.
There have been doubts that South Korea would get their act together and have their shiny new F1 facility ready to roll for 24th October (next Sunday), but it looks like the track has been signed off for next week’s race.
Red Bull has release a CGI of the new track, which will help not just armchair F1 fans but just about everyone who’s a part of the F1 Circus. In this CGI Mark Webber gives us a commentary as the two virtual Red Bulls take on the new, 3.492 mile track in Yeongam.
With the 2010 F1 title still a possibility for the top five drivers – although the Red Bulls, and Mark Webber in particular, look favourite – an all new circuit adds an extra dimension to the challenge.
Let’s hope it proves a cracking race.
By Cars UK