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South Korea launches Grand Prix ticket sales

The Korea Auto Valley Operation (KAVO) has started selling tickets ahead of the inaugural Korean Grand Prix this October. By launching the final trio of races, the event could play a vital role towards the outcome of this year’s World Championship.

After Grands Prix in Malaysia, China, Singapore and Japan, South Korea will host the fifth and last Asian race of the 19-race 2010 season at the Korean International Circuit in Yeongam.

Tickets prices will range from 117,000 won (£68) to 920,000 won (£537) minus tax at the track which will hold a capacity 123,000 crowd. Those who make ticket purchases before the end of April can expect a discount in the region of 10 percent.


Ticket purchases and more information can be found on the

Source:f1.gpupdate.net
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