With six races to go and with sixty points in hand, Sebastian Vettel appears to be counting down the races until he is crowned world champion for a fourth time. Not only has he won the last three races with relative ease, but the German driver also has an imperious record in Korea. In the three grands prix held at the Korean International Circuit, Vettel has won twice and led 93% of the laps, with an engine failure costing him a third win in the inaugural race back in 2010. However, memories of his retirement still stay fresh in the memory heading into the race, with Mercedes and Ferrari banking on a repeat in 2013 if they are to put up a fight to Red Bull on Sunday.
As well as watching the Korean Grand Prix on NBCSN from 1:30am ET, you can catch the live coverage via NBC Sports Live Extra on your phone or tablet.
Customers with participating cable, satellite and telco TV providers can access the free service, which provides streaming coverage of all live NBC Sports events on both NBC and NBCSN through NBCSports.com/LiveExtra and the NBC Sports Live Extra app for iOS and select Android devices (available for purchase at the App Store and Google Play).
Formula One races are part of the programming shown on NBC Sports Live Extra, which also features the rest of NBCSN’s live-event roster: The IZOD IndyCar Series, the National Hockey League, the English Premier League, Major League Soccer, horse racing’s Triple Crown, and more.
You can also follow the Korean Grand Prix live via the @F1onNBCSports Twitter account, which will be providing commentary throughout the race.
Finally, be sure to visit MotorSportsTalk throughout the weekend for all of the latest news and updates from the Korean Grand Prix.