August 21, 2010
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The Korean Grand Prix, scheduled to take place on the 22nd to the 24th October, appears to be well behind schedule, with latest photos showing the track looking more like a rally circuit than an F1 venue. Despite this, the circuit organisers still insist that the Jeonman circuit wil open on September 5th, in only 2 week’s time.
The Korean Grand Prix track appears to be well behind schedule
The picture, vie 5Live F1’s Twitter account, will demonstrate just how far the track is from completion. While the paddock is understood to be more developed than this, it still worries me, as there is only 2 months left until the Korean Grand Prix is to start.
The only real description of the finished track we have is that of the upcoming game F1 2010. At Gamescom, their visualisation of the Jeonman track was shown, and I have to say it doesn’t look too bad (the track and the game). There seems to be at least 2 spots for overtaking, but may lack challenging corners. Here is the video (note the harsh penalty system for causing collisions, I approve):
What do you think? Will the track be completed in time for before the F1 paddock comes steaming in to Korea? If not, will you miss the track as it appears in the game?