Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull, Korea, 2010

Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull, Korea, 2010

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Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull, Korea, 2010

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YEONGAM GUN, SOUTH KOREA – OCTOBER 24: Sebastian Vettel of Germany and Red Bull Racing puts out a fire on his car during the Korean Formula One Grand Prix at the Korea International Circuit on October 24, 2010 in Yeongam-gun, South Korea. (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Sebastian Vettel

4 comments on “Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull, Korea, 2010”

  1. LOL another F1 fire fighter. Who need fire marshals when the drivers are faster putting the fire out themselves?

    1. They should just put fire extinguishers in their cars with them…

  2. Well done Vettel! Just common sense really… the drivers have fire-proof overalls whereas the trackside marshals don’t.

  3. Looks like Heikki started a boom of F1 driver / firefighters! A bit back to how it was in times before real marshalling started to be organised.

    The fire itself was not as spectacular, but more of an important twist in the championship battle compared to Heikki’s

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