F1 Korea Tickets
F1 Korea live in South Korea
Presenting one of the newest motor racing events in Asia, if you are a fan of adrenaline inducing sport then don't miss this exciting race that takes place in Korea. The StubHub website brings you all the latest information on this event as well as other exceptional racing events around the world. Buy your F1 Korea tickets here and get ready for an unbeatable experience!
F1 Korea tests drivers to their limit
If you are looking for more reasons to come to this race, then look no further than StubHub. Discover more about this competition and buy F1 Korea tickets so that you can see it for yourself in person! Not only is this race famous for its long straights and slow corners that distinguishes itself from other races as well as a narrow "street-circuit-style" end, but it is also said to be the factors such as cool, stormy conditions, sharp corners and sometimes slippery track that make it a challenge even for the most seasoned professional. On the other hand, its high atmospheric pressure can have a positive effect on the engine's performance and aerodynamics. What could be more exciting than seeing your favourite F1 drivers out on the track in Korea? If you want to embrace the atmosphere of this world-class event first hand, make sure you do it trackside. Already have tickets? With just a couple of clicks you can browse for tickets to other highly anticipated motor racing events around the world such as Formula One British Grand Prix, Formula 1 United States Grand Prix and Japanese Grand Prix.
Korea's motor racing event of the year
Korea is well known for its car manufacturing so it comes as no surprise that they now provide the setting for Formula 1 racing. The international circuit, known as the Korea International Circuit, was designed by Herman Tilke and is located in the South Jeolla province in the Yeongam County, south of the capital of Seoul. Formula 1 in Korea was first held in 2010 and since then has seen the likes of Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso compete for pole position. At 5.6km long, the race has 55 laps and the entire distance covered during the race is over 300km. If you want to be part of the action, keep an eye on the StubHub website to find out when it is next taking place. Buy your F1 Korea tickets as soon as they are released to the public and be gripped from start to finish.
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