Sebastian Vettel's dominance is not likely to suddenly end.
That is Mercedes boss Ross Brawn's warning ahead of the Korean grand prix, as Red Bull figures hint that Vettel's crushing dominance in Singapore might have been exaggerated.
Indeed, there are fewer tighter corners to accentuate the traction of the Red Bull in Yeongam, and the times have been closer this weekend.
But ahead of Sunday's race, Brawn said: "I don't think we saw a long run from Sebastian (in practice).
"We haven't seen his true pace yet, but hopefully we won't get a repeat of Singapore."
Telegraph correspondent Tom Cary, however, thinks only "a gust of seriously bad luck or a typhoon" will blow...
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