Mark Webber, Red Bull, Korea, 2011

2011 Korean Grand Prix practice in pictures

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It was a wet start to practice for the Korean Grand Prix. Here are pictures from practice.

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15 comments on “2011 Korean Grand Prix practice in pictures”

  1. I like the Hulkenberg picture, he rather looks like a male model in a fashion show than an F1 driver in garages.

    1. Curious observation but actually I agree after looking at it with that in mind.

  2. Sebastian Vettel should be docked 20 World Championship points every time he changes his helmet.

    1. Well then this championship would be still open

    2. I think I read or heard that he did it for ever win and if that’s the case I doubt even he thought he’d change it so often!

  3. what… wasnt seb wearing a black ang gold helmet, but in the pictures he had a blue one,

    when he said red bull was going to experiment in the last four races i didnt guess that he’d try swapping helmets mid race.

    1. @harvs Looks like he was in second practice but not first, and there’s no pictures from second practice yet.

  4. F1 cars in the rain is when they’re at their prettiest. I love these!

    1. Wow the helmets really look great in these conditions! O.O

  5. looks like Michael is standing behind the exhaust to dry his wet pants / shoes

  6. Love those rooster tails!

  7. F1 in the rain, great! The pic of Webber on pit road and that pagoda setup across the track they’ve got is great. A number of others also. Nice.

  8. Say what you will about Formula 1’s apparent obsession with fancy buildings, but you can’t deny that the bridge across the main straight looks fantastic.

    1. @Prisoner-Monkeys Agreed! I wish more countries would embrace their nation’s heritage and culture and display it to the world. They should be seriously considering relocating the Taj Mahal to the Buddh International Circuit for this year’s inaugural Indian Grand Prix.

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