Rate the race: 2013 Korean Grand Prix

2013 Korean Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull, Korea International Circuit, 2013What did you think of today’s race? Share your verdict on the Korean Grand Prix.

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Rate the 2013 Korean Grand Prix out of ten

  • 1 (3%)
  • 2 (1%)
  • 3 (1%)
  • 4 (3%)
  • 5 (4%)
  • 6 (9%)
  • 7 (20%)
  • 8 (33%)
  • 9 (19%)
  • 10 (7%)

Total Voters: 680

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220 comments on Rate the race: 2013 Korean Grand Prix

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  1. tkcom (@tkcom) said on 6th October 2013, 18:36

    9/10

    I think RBR should consider making their car less dominant because a runaway P1 doesn’t get them TV time!

  2. CeeVee (@ceevee) said on 6th October 2013, 18:40

    Another weekend, another race that promised much but ultimately failed to deliver anything but a high-speed train of half-hearted passing attempts. Like watching the Red Arrows week-in, week-out. The first time it’s exciting to watch the closely controlled application of power and the precise formations but I wouldn’t want to watch it every week. F1 has become like that lots of percise applications of power and close formation driving but it’s not very exciting when the formation on the last lap is the same as the one many laps before. So fewer high-speed trains more actual overtaking and pack-shuffling please.

  3. Ben (@scuderia29) said on 6th October 2013, 21:22

    it only really got fun in the second half of the race, it was just lacking that real fight for the win

  4. Brian (@bforth) said on 6th October 2013, 21:45

    Even with the tyre-saving and lack of challenge for first place, this was still a rather entertaining race–a bit of a circus with some good racing. Sparking wings, pirouettes, a good amount of overtaking and defending, and great driving from the Hulk and, up until Kimi got him flustered, Grosjean. Watching Hamilton fight to get around GRO and then Hulk while holding off other drivers was a great show.
    Best moment might have been the five car fight with Perez, Massa, Gutierrez and the two Williams boys. Either that or the blunder with the fire vehicle. Danger aside, the whole situation was comical. Solid 8.

  5. Paul A (@paul-a) said on 6th October 2013, 22:08

    Up front, a deadly boring Vettel-fest, again. Behind him I don’t see it as more than a superbly competent job by Hulkenberg stopping a number of faster WDCs from overtaking for fear of ruining (or blowing up) overly fragile tyres. It’s nowadays impossible to drive for any time in dirty air without extreme tyre degradation — or the nose falling off ;=}

  6. ferrox glideh (@ferrox-glideh) said on 7th October 2013, 3:36

    8 out of 10- an entertaining, if not bizarre, race. I wish that they could pick this track up and put it down in France or Finland or somewhere that deserves a GP. Vettel was impeccable, Hulk was incredible, but the highlight for me was Grojeans t-shirt worthy radio banter after being passed by Kimi. Laugh Out Loud!

  7. I wonder how people rate a really good race, if 8 and 9 seems to be the most common rating amongst the comments….
    In my opinion, 10 is given to an outstanding race. Battles and exitement all over the place.
    5 and 6 is a medioker race.
    1 is for a prosession from start to finnish.
    THIS RACE WAS A 6 OR AT BEST A 7…

  8. PJA (@pja) said on 8th October 2013, 13:16

    I gave it a 6.

    It seemed like it would be another boring race with hardly any excitement until the safety cars and the battle between Helkenberg, Hamilton and Alonso and some others late on.

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