Update: Finally after over an hour of waiting, with the race being stopped and then run behind the safety car the Korean GP is finally underway.

It’s massively disappointing for all fans and the organisers, but after the inaugural Korean Grand Prix had been stopped, the race is now underway, still in qualifying order behind the safety car. It’s still raining hard and many drivers are complaining about lack of visibility.

If the race continues until lap 42, which is 75% of the race distance half points can be awarded which will see the current five title contenders still all with a chance of the title and Vettel will have closed the gap to Webber by 3.5pts.

The safety car drives out to inspect the track at the Suzuka circuit October 9, 2010. Heavy rain forced Formula One organisers to delay Japanese F1 Grand Prix qualifying to the morning of the race on Sunday with track conditions too treacherous for drivers. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SPORT MOTOR RACING)

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