Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, Korea International Circuit, 2013

2013 Korean Grand Prix build-up in pictures

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Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, Korea International Circuit, 2013

Pictures from the build-up to the Korean Grand Prix.

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16 comments on “2013 Korean Grand Prix build-up in pictures”

  1. Wow, look our Red Bull! Alonso looks super-motivated here (not).

    1. * out, not our.

  2. Alonso may not be adding to his haul of world titles, but he is certainly running away with the “F1 Eeyore lookalike world championship”.

  3. Fernando’s face says it all: “Another year… wasted.”

    1. LOL.. that pic should be in the caption competition.

      1. “I give up” (this year before the race even :)

        1. Discouraged, heartbroken, forlorn, dismay…

  4. LOL fernando looks like an exasperated wile E coyote after a botched attempt XD

  5. Caption for Alonso with the words of Cicero:

    “I remember the very things I do not wish to; I cannot forget the things I wish to forget.”

  6. WilliamB (@william-brierty)
    3rd October 2013, 15:25

    Alonso – “Everything just seems so pointless now my favourite pet has moved on…(sigh)… Oh Felipe, come back to me…”

  7. That Alonso’s face is worth one of the drawings…

  8. Alonso: “why does this red dot keep following me?”

  9. I wish I knew where one could by the New Era hats that Lewis, and Ricciardo (and down and out Fernando) wear. Though I think they are also one of specials which is annoying, some fans don’t like to wear dorky trucker hats.

  10. That Alonso pic…

  11. Alonso : “Alas, the samurai has to give up the championchips for a bag of chips”

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