Five themes to watch for in Korea

Five themes to watch for in Korea

It's an all-Red Bull front row in Korea, but the wrong way round for the title fight. Does that mean team orders are on the cards? Edd Straw ponders this and the other big pre-race questions


With Mark Webber 64 points off the world championship lead with only 125 to play for, it's logical for Red Bull to consider team orders if the opportunity arises.

Two years ago, when there was a case for implementing team orders in Webber's favour given that he had the edge in the drivers' championship over team-mate Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull decided against it, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it won't happen this time around.

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