The promoter of the Korean Grand Prix says that he would consider holding the race at night as he bids to strike a better deal with Bernie Ecclestone.
Korea joined the Formula 1 calendar in 2010 but has been beset by financial problems and poorly attended races.
The 2014 event is set to switch to a date early in the season, with the race scheduled to take place on April 27th.
But the FIA has listed the event provisional on the draft 2014 calendar and there are suggestions that, along with New Jersey, the race will not take place next year.
'We want to improve the current contract with Formula One Management in London. We are still negotiating with Mr Ecclestone. We wish to have a...
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