Karun Chandhok was the first driver to lap the track that will be used for this month's Korean Grand Prix. Now Sebastian Vettel has gotten his turn. On this go-round, it sounds like the track is still so slippery that revs were a bigger issue than anything else.
With the same camera angle as Chandhok's run, there isn't much more to see. The track is further along than a month ago, but it's still not going to be pretty for the folks who make the journey into the South Korean bush to watch it live. While we figure out how to say "cat fight" and "ghost town" in Korean, you can entertain yourselves with the video after the jump.
[Source: Red Bull]