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Formula One statistics for Sunday's Korean Grand Prix in Yeongam, South Korea

Red Bull can win the constructors' title this weekend for the second year running. They are 130 points clear of McLaren with 172 still to be won.

They will be champions in Yeongam if McLaren do not score more points than them. Only seven teams have won back-to-back constructors' titles - Cooper, Brabham, Lotus, Ferrari, Williams, McLaren and Renault.

WINS: Ferrari have won 216 races in Formula One, McLaren 174, Williams 113 and champions Red Bull 24.

Michael Schumacher holds the record for driver victories with 91.

Korean Grand Prix Preview

14 - 16 October 2011

Venue: Yeongam
Circuit Length: 5.615 Km
Laps: 55
Lap Record: 1:50.257 = 183.335 km/h F. Alonso (Ferrari) 2010

One year ago South Korea became the 29th country and 68th track to grace the World Championship stage.

It wasn’t supposed to be a night race – but dreadful weather, red flags and safety cars meant the podium ceremony took place in almost total darkness.

Two winners on a big day for Japan

Button brings it home for Japanese fans... Vettel’s podium clinches second title... Webber fights through to fourth... and Hamilton and Massa are at it again!

Jenson Button won the race but Sebastian Vettel won the Drivers’ World Championship for the second year in a row at an enthralling Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka on Sunday.

Japanese Grand Prix Preview

7 - 9 October 2011

Venue: Suzuka
Circuit Length: 5.807 Km
Laps: 53
Lap Record: 1:31.540 = 228.372 km/h K. Raikkonen (McLaren) 2005

“It’s almost as though this circuit was designed for our chassis,” said Sebastian Vettel after winning here for the last two years – and that’s an ominous thought for the rest of the field this time around.

General Admission Price List

In another great value add for patrons, the Australian Grand Prix Corporation is pleased to announce that there will be a special pre-purchase period in the lead up to the 2012 event for general admission tickets.

Sunday general admission tickets purchased prior to 1 March will see fans enjoy a bumper day of F1 action, V8 Supercars, the Crusty Demons and a host of Support Categories for only $79.

Australian Grand Prix Corporation CEO Andrew Westacott is encouraging fans to purchase tickets early to take full advantage of this special offer.

Keeping Track F1 Podcast - 26 September 2011 Episode Three

In this week’s episode of Keeping Track Peter Windsor joins us to review all of the action from last weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix, Stuart Sykes brings us up to speed with all of the news from behind the scenes at the Marina Bay circuit, Red Bull’s Aussie ace Mark Webber stops by for a chat and AGP CEO Andrew Westacott tells us about the Crusty Demons at the 2012 Formula 1™ Australian Grand Prix.

Click here to listen to the latest episode

Seb has a point to make...

Vettel wins but title champagne still on hold… brilliant Button beaten by the traffic… slow start costs Webber dear… Schumacher’s ‘optimistic’ move ends in the wall… and Lewis is in trouble again

Sebastian Vettel needs one point from the last five races of the 2011 season to become Formula One’s youngest-ever back-to-back World Champion after winning the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday night.

Singapore Grand Prix Preview

23 - 25 September 2011

Venue: Marina Bay
Circuit Length: 5.073 Km
Laps: 61
Lap Record: 1:47.976 = 169.137 km/h Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) 2010

F1 visits the Lion City for the fourth time, with Fernando Alonso the only man to have won twice there.

Red Bull has never won – nor has a Red Bull car been on pole position so they have work to do to maintain their 100% 2011 record.

Vettel cruises, Webber loses

World Champion has second title in his grasp... Massa clash ends Webber’s race early... Schuey and Lewis put on a show... Bruno puts the Senna name back in the World Championship points

The eighth victory of Sebastian Vettel’s 2011 season has put the 24-year-old German within touching distance of back-to-back World Championship successes, opening up a 112-point gap with only six races remaining.


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