Formula One: Typhoon concern for drivers and officials at Korean Grand Prix
YEONGAM, SOUTH KOREA (AFP) - Drivers and officials at the Korean Grand Prix were Thursday keeping a wary eye on a typhoon forecast to skirt the country, reviving memories of atrocious conditions three years ago that nearly saw the race cancelled.
The outer bands of Typhoon Fitow could bring rain on Sunday morning to the area in the southwest of South Korea where the grand prix takes place, forecasters say.
The race is scheduled for 3pm (0600 GMT) on Sunday.
World champion Sebastian Vettel was among those fearing the weather could impact the outcome of the race.