• Korean Grand Prix - FP1
  • Schumacher quickest in wet Korea
  • October 14, 2011: Michael Schumacher set the fastest time during a very wet first practice session for the Korean Grand Prix

  • Korean Grand Prix
  • Massa calls for consistency from stewards
  • October 13, 2011: Felipe Massa has called on the FIA to be more consistent when doling out penalties, but insists he has put his recent on-track clashes with Lewis Hamilton behind him

  • Korean Grand Prix
  • Button predicts five-stop strategies
  • October 13, 2011: Jenson Button believes some drivers might have to make five pit stops during the Korean Grand Prix, as tyre degradation looks set to be a defining factor in Sunday's race

  • Red Bull news
  • Vettel won't change approach
  • October 13, 2011: Sebastian Vettel says that Red Bull's approach to 2011 will not change despite having wrapped up the drivers' championship

  • Korean Grand Prix preview
  • Nothing left to lose
  • October 13, 2011: A preview of this weekend's Korean Grand Prix

  • Ferrari news
  • Alonso targets 'difficult' victories
  • October 13, 2011: Fernando Alonso says his target for the rest of the season is still to win one of the remaining races, but admits "it is going to be difficult"

  • McLaren news
  • Hamilton 'cool' with Massa
  • October 13, 2011: Lewis Hamilton says he has no problem with Felipe Massa "regardless of the negative comments that he is coming out with."

  • Renault news
  • Senna seeks set-up boost
  • October 13, 2011: Bruno Senna says Renault needs to start the race weekend with a solid set-up if it is to have a chance of a competitive Korean Grand Prix

  • Toro Rosso news
  • Vergne lands Friday tests at Toro Rosso
  • October 12, 2011: Red Bull junior driver Jean-Eric Vergne will drive for Toro Rosso during Friday practice at three of the next four grands prix

  • Renault news
  • Senna targets Korea improvement
  • October 11, 2011: Bruno Senna says he is looking for an improved showing in the Korean Grand Prix after a disappointing race at Suzuka

  • McLaren news
  • Button puts recent success down to 'trust' in MP4-26
  • October 10, 2011: After winning the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday, Jenson Button has revealed he feels much more comfortable with the handling of the 2011 McLaren than he ever did with its predecessor, and he is hoping for another strong result in Korea this weekend

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