Korea much better for me than last time. Monstrous fastest lap from @lemon though!
As far as I’m concerned, it is best to expect carnage at Korea so as not to feel let down or angry. This time I got away with a small tap from someone at the first corner, I’m guessing Mad Dog as he would have been directly behind me and Herbie wouldn’t do that to a team-mate ;) lol, but I’m not sure and it didn’t matter anyway.
Sadly it appears others weren’t so lucky. Personally I believe it is more beneficial to spend some time practicing with heavy fuel, as boring as it is, to get used to the handling. By not doing so we get the carnage that happened tonight. People don’t know where to brake, etc and you get the mess of turn three.
Have to say I’m not really looking forward to 100% Japan next week. It’s not my strongest track, so I imagine 50 or so laps of it won’t be too pleasant, and I’m not expecting a win (or maybe second).