Formula One often feels like a minor motorsport in the US, at least behind NASCAR or even sometimes IndyCar if you ask Joe Public. But if you think America has it bad, wait till you hear what F1 is really like in South Korea.
Racing drivers don’t die anymore, right? Wrong. They do. Hours after a wonderful second Grand Prix in the southwestern archipelago of South Korea, Dan Wheldon died in an IndyCar. Warning: spoilers.
Marshalls clearing up debris from the track after Vitaly Petrov t-boned Michael Schumacher on lap 15 make a hasty escape, alerted by the infernal gurgle of the SLS AMG safety car’s V8. This looked very hairy.
Formula 1 booked journalists and even teams into Korea's famous "love hotel" rooms for this weekend's Korean Grand Prix. Some are complaining of used condoms under their beds and dildo-vending machines.