Sebastian Vettel broke Lewis Hamilton's stranglehold over practice in Korea and appeared to be extending Red Bull's advantage over Mercedes, but only by the barest of margins.
A civilized 11am start for Free Practice 3 in Yeongam saw Mark Webber waste no time in hitting the track as soon as the green light allowed. The Australian was concentrating on race set-up given his ten grid penalty carried over from Singapore and maximizing any opportunity to pass through the first sector would be crucial.
The absence of a 50-metre board during this session would be rectified for qualifying, although you'd expect at this level for all drivers to know their braking points are – even Jenson...
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