Yes it’s true! Formula 1 travels from the classic Far East plains of Suzuka, Japan, to the modern and technically challenging circuit of Yeongam, Korea. Considered as one of the more tricky racing tracks, Yeongam will certainly test the F1 teams and drivers during this weekend’s race with its anti-clock-wise racing direction.

The circuit starts with a lovely stretch of three long straights for racers to glide down picking up speed for the scoreboards, but then turns into a tight series of twists and sharp turns. Our favourite Marussia F1 Team drivers, Timo Glock and Charles Pic, will have to keep their absolute focus throughout the 55 laps of the race, as even the slightest mistake could cost the team dearly.

With only four more races left in this year’s Formula 1 season, the heat is on for all the participating teams to keep accelerating up the points tables. And will Timo and Charles get into the latest craze that has taken over the world, and bust out some gangnam style dance moves? With the Yeongam circuit’s magnificent mountain range views and the thrill of the drive, who knows!

Don’t miss any of the action, as I will be keeping my VFan Twitter and Facebook pages busy with live race updates especially for you! And be sure to keep watching my VFan blog for all the post-Korea GP 2012 updates and more Formula 1 news. And hurry! Collect Fanpoints on FanHQ to be in with YOUR chance to win the ultimate racing weekend at the Malaysia GP 2013!