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Farewell to 2011, all hail the conquerors at Red Bull

November 28, 2011


And so the 2011 season ended with another dominant performance from the team at Milton Keynes, albeit with a gearbox problem relegating champion Sebastian Vettel to second place. It was a typically controlled victory for Red Bull and sends them into the winter rightly underlined as the fastest, most effective outfit on the grid. Vettel […]

Red Bull finally crowned Formula One constructor champions in Brazil

November 7, 2010


Five have become four as Formula One sprints towards the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi. Sebastian Vettel did the maximum to ensure he remains a contender with a dominant victory in Brazil, seizing the lead off the line and never conceding it. Red Bull have won the constructors’ championship today and well […]

The Hulk flexes his muscles in Brazil

November 6, 2010


Jenson Button’s year as reigning Formula One champion is as good as over after qualifying in Brazil. The Briton finished in a poor 11th in changeable conditions and even a mighty charge is unlikely to be enough to keep him in the championship hunt come Abu Dhabi. His only hope is some calamity which takes […]