Construction work continues at the Korean International Circuit less than 24 hours before the first practice session is scheduled to begin.
But the latest pictures from the track show it is taking shape and reveal some of its interesting details, including a decorated bridge which spans the track and pit lane.
Among the more unusual and colourful additions is a large group of traditional Korean scarecrows which have been erected near the track. Expect jokes about them filling the grandstands if the race turns out to be poorly-attended.
Here are some more pictures from today’s activity at the circuit:
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