Korean Grand Prix in pictures

Mark Webber, Red Bull, Korea, 2010

The Korean Grand Prix was a destruction derby of a race with several drivers crashing out in difficult conditions.

Former championship leader Mark Webber’s Red Bull (pictured) was the most high-profile wreck of the day.

See below for more pictures from the rain-hit Korean Grand Prix.

2010 Korean Grand Prix

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Images ?? Bridgestone/Ercole Colombo, KAVO, www.mclaren.com, Getty Images/Red Bull

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41 comments on Korean Grand Prix in pictures

  1. Webber’s RB6 looks like a rally car and not a formula one.

  2. Gerry said on 25th October 2010, 1:02

    Call me crazy, but I would really like it if pictures of more drivers are published. I mean. hrt is a horrible car, Buemi is a freaky driver, so is sutil, Senna is funny looking.. but all of them too were in the korean GP. There should have been more pictures of them.(and the entire mid/back row) Yes, obviously there should be more pictures of title leaders and race winners. But dont ignore the midfield and the backenders. It makes it… unprofessional.

  3. Fantastic pictures, THX!!!!!!!

  4. Fer no.65 (@fer-no65) said on 25th October 2010, 3:15

    that picture with Nick’s Sauber and the kerb…

    honestly… it was good the race went on and everything… but is that good enough standards for F1?

    I mean, look at it!! it’s just mud!! what kind of run off area is that?

  5. PeriSoft said on 25th October 2010, 5:28

    The funny thing is that Webber’s filthy, shredded, stricken, wrecked hulk of a car is still worth more than anything most of us have ever and will ever own, including our houses!

  6. MS was the Man of the Race.

    Superb take overs on Kubica and Button.

    Well done, old man!

    • Yeah, I was happy to see that. The more I get to being closer in age to Schu than to the rest of the field, the more I find myself rooting for him…

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