F1 » 'No complacency' at Red Bull

Red Bull Racing is taking nothing for granted despite racking up its seventh win in twelve races this season at the Belgian Grand Prix.

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MaryP - Unregistered

August 30, 2011 8:43 AM
Last Edited 1704 days ago

With the amount of points that have Vettel, at heart they know they will win ... It is also that they deserve. They have worked hard and well, and are receiving the fruits of it.

If I finally get to this the 2 tickets to Abu Dhabi, I am sure that Vettel will succeed, we'll bet!

Taz - Unregistered

August 30, 2011 9:07 AM

The jobs been done, sure they are working flat out on next year's car now which is a scary prospect for others I bet.

They deserve their success.


August 30, 2011 10:33 AM

We all know that Sebastian and Red Bull have got this year's championships under wraps. For the other teams and drivers, it's just the second and third places which have any real realistic meaning now.

Webber lax that little bit extra he needs to win races.
Alonso's tyres will let him down.
Button has had a good run which should bring out some of the best fighting spirit in Hamilton. I would definitely not rule out Hamilton for a good race win in Monza.

Ben M - Unregistered

August 30, 2011 12:27 PM

Think that's pretty much GG for the championship now. With the Sky deal coming in next year I was planning to give up on F1 at the end of this season but I'm starting to feel like I might not even wait that long. It's getting to the point when F1 can't call itself the pinnacle of motorsport anymore


August 30, 2011 1:09 PM

ben. odd comment. just because one driver is leading the wdc, you are going to give up watching??? you must not be a genuine fan of f1, then. if it was your favourite driver leading the standings, would you say the same?


August 30, 2011 6:18 PM

to be honest, 1 driver dominating has always p1ssed me off whoever it is, but it could so easily be sorted out by bringing back in-season testing, I'm really not interested in hearing how the FIA banned it in the interests of cost-cutting when they've insisted on KERS which has cost the teams MILLIONS to develop. I can think of cheaper ways for the FIA to reduce costs without it costing any money, in fact they could make money straight off by making Monaco pay for the GP the same as all the other circuits instead of getting it as a freebee

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