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2010 Korean Grand Prix Aftermath

October 24, 2010 Motorsport 6 Comments
3839  660x500 koreanf1 2010 Korean Grand Prix Aftermath

Other then the fact that this is an amazing picture, there is not much left to say. I only wish my DVR did not cut out the second half of the race.

Pitpass Cliff Notes from the Korean GP.

High resolution of this pic.

Photo: pitpass.com – go there for all your detailed F1 stuff, I do.

Currently there are "6 comments" on this Article:

  1. xxiinophobia says:

    Outside of the fact that I hate the reason it looks like that, I really love how it looks with the mud all over. You always see the cars in pristine condition; it was nice to see them dirty for a change.

  2. Kamil Kaluski says:

    Agreed on all accounts!

  3. bill prosperi says:

    That was a site to see. A lot if the cars looked like they just got done with a leg of an off road race. It was also interesting to see Petrov’s car with three wheels at the front.
    I ended up recording the afternoon playback to catch the end. Don’t watch it is your a Red Bull fan.

  4. [...] Prix that doesn't involve prostitutes is in this image right here. The details are at Pitpass. [via CarGuyDad] More » everything, F1, Formula 1, Korea, Korean, korean grand prix, Mark Weber, [...]

  5. I learned a few years ago to always set the DVR for “+1 hour” for F1 races after some frustratingly cut-off delayed races. I managed to get every second of the Korean GP with it cutting out on the victory lap. Always better to have to much…


  6. [...] this 2012 season which has been completely unpredictable. This picture was taken at the 2010 Korean Formula One Grand Prix. Not much has changed since then, and that’s a good thing.Tweet#call_to_action h4{padding:0px [...]

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