F1 » 'Unique' Red Bull won 'in the most correct way'


Triple F1 World Champion Niki Lauda has conceded that ultimately, Red Bull Racing accomplished its double title success this season 'in the most correct way' - what he describes as a 'unique' achievement in the sport's history

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Shrieker

November 17, 2010 11:36 AM
Last Edited 1373 days ago

What's this fuss ?

Vettel was obviously the #1 driver @ RBR, much like Alonso was in Ferrari.

Webber and Massa were never going to win it so Ferrari and Red Bull did the right thing by supporting their no.1 drivers. Button was never going to win it either, so McLaren did the wrong thing by not supporting Lewis.

Alan D - Unregistered

November 17, 2010 11:58 AM

Shrieker: "Webber and Massa were never going to win it"

Webber never going to win it? What rubbish. He had every opportunity going into the final race, more so than Vettel. If Vettel could win the WDC from 15 points back then I'm damned sure Webber could win it from 8 points back.

Desibaba - Unregistered

November 17, 2010 12:32 PM

Not are what was so unique. Because Webber was leading the WDC all the way, Bulls could blame it on "driver equality" & "they will race against eachother" etc and they could hide their better treatment of Vettel (which is fair enough). Had Vettel was leading the WDC from start, it would have been much worse than how Ferrsri managed it this year between FA & FM.

spaghettieddie

November 17, 2010 12:52 PM

Are all of Webbers fans cry babies? I mean REALLY? It is pathetic man. HE CHOKED, and so did Alonso. Vettel never whined when his car detonated and broke down multiple times. He kept his mouth shut and kept his focus. Thats what champions are made of. Period!

andrew.

November 17, 2010 1:03 PM

Ed - +1

Looking back, Webber behaved like a total amatuer at times and basically just threw the toys out the pram. Vettel has acted like a true professional throughout the season and thoroughly deserves the title this year.

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