“110 percent confident that Korean Grand Prix will go ahead”

There should be no doubts over this year’s opening Grand Prix, GPUpdate.net was told on Wednesday morning, regardless of the current tense association among North and South Korea. With North Korea having severed ties and ceased trading with South Korea, home of the October race at the Korean International Circuit, some fear that the event could be affected although Race Organisers KAVO (Korea Auto Valley Operation) have ensured that the Grand Prix will run smoothly.

“110 percent sure that we will have an F1 race this year in Korea,” a KAVO spokesperson told GPUpdate.net. “Do not worry. We have had worse situations in the past and have wisely dealt with matters as such.”


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