Force India's Sutil looks forward to Korean Grand Prix

Stephan Heublein

When Formula One racing comes to Korea for the first time on the weekend of 22nd to 24th October, the teams will be venturing into unknown territory.

The delay and uncertainty surrounding the latest circuit to be added to the F1 calendar is now all in the past, so the drivers' most immediate task is to focus on being as well prepared as possible.

"We have highly sophisticated simulators back at the factory in England," said Force India driver, Adrian Sutil, identifying perhaps the team's most potent weapon. Whereas only a few of the top outfits used to have these machines (not dissimilar to modern flight simulators), nowadays even the Virgin Racings of this world have one.