I don't know exactly how to explain this, so I'm just going to let you watch the following video before the FIA removes it it mysteriously disappears.
This video is an F1 parody of "Gangnam Style" by South Korean superstar recording artist, PSY. Late last week, the official Formula 1™ site announced that PSY will perform an exclusive concert at the Korea International Circuit after the F1 race.
PSY's video "Gangnam Style" has catapulted him to the latest internet pop sensation, with over 300 340 million hits on YouTube since it's July debut, making it YouTube's most watched video of 2012. It's also been recognized by Guinness World Records as the most "liked" video in YouTube history.
The video features PSY in suits and sunglasses performing a comical horse-riding dance around the Gangnam District of Seoul, Korea. While the video has been met with largely positive reactions, some find it wacky, but Psy's mindset is to "dress classy and dance cheesy."
In addition to his concert on Sunday, October 14, PSY will also serve as an ambassador for the race:
I look forward to bringing Gangnam Style to the glamorous world of F1, and welcome everyone to Korea for this great race!
Click here to watch the original video.
One final comment: We think this is a pretty good video, but we hope to see some F1 drivers, teams and personalities offering up their own interpretations at the Korean GP. (Iceman, Schumi and Ron Dennis, we're looking at you.)