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Who will win the Korean Grand Prix

With the Formula One World Championship now officially decided, everyone can focus on the final four races of the season, with one aim, to win.

Some drivers will be aiming to take the runners-up position, but none will be playing a points game to do so, they all want to win, starting this weekend.

But who do you think will take the chequered flag at the Korea International Circuit in Yeongam?

Will it be Jenson Button again? Or will the newly crowned 2011 champ Sebastian Vettel celebrate his back-to-back titles in style? To vote use the panel to the right of this article.

Previous Polls:

Who will win the Japanese Grand Prix?

Sebastian Vettel 35%

Fernando Alonso 25%

Jenson Button 20%

Eventual Winner: Jenson Button



Who will win the Singapore Grand Prix?

Sebastian Vettel 27%

Fernando Alonso 27%

Lewis Hamilton 26%

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Who will win the Italian Grand Prix?

Lewis Hamilton 33%

Jenson Button 19%

Sebastian Vettel 16%

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Who will win in Belgium?

Jenson Button 35%

Lewis Hamilton 25%

Sebastian Vettel 25%

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Who will win the Hungarian Grand Prix?

Lewis Hamilton 31%

Fernando Alonso 21%

Sebastian Vettel 18%

Eventual Winner: Jenson Button



Who will win the German Grand Prix?

Fernando Alonso 40%

Sebastian Vettel 22%

Lewis Hamilton 11%

Eventual Winner: Lewis Hamilton

Who will win the British Grand Prix?

Lewis Hamilton 33%

Fernando Alonso 33%

Sebastian Vettel 10%

Eventual Winner: Fernando Alonso

Who will win in Valencia?

Fernando Alonso 29%

Jenson Button 22%

Sebastian Vettel 17%

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Who will win in Canada?

Sebastian Vettel 26%

Lewis Hamilton 23%

Fernando Alonso 21%

Eventual Winner: Jenson Button

Who will win in Monaco?

Lewis Hamilton 33%

Sebastian Vettel 22%

Jenson Button 20%

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Who will win in Spain?

Sebastian Vettel 35%

Lewis Hamilton 25%

Fernando Alonso 16%

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Who will win in Turkey?

Lewis Hamilton 42%

Fernando Alonso 23%

Sebastian Vettel 15%

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Who will win in China?

Sebastian Vettel 36%

Lewis Hamilton 25%

Jenson Button 17%

Eventual Winner: Lewis Hamilton

Who will win in Malaysia?

Sebastian Vettel 42%

Lewis Hamilton 22%

Fernando Alonso 16%

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel

Who will win the Australian Grand Prix?

Lewis Hamilton 20%

Fernando Alonso 20%

Sebastian Vettel 17%

Eventual Winner: Sebastian Vettel








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Writer: Red5 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday October 10 2011

Time: 11:00AM

 

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