F1 » Red Bull: Brazil will be exciting


Red Bull duo Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber predict an exciting climax to this year's championship thanks to the combination of elements which make up the Brazilian GP

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elijah

November 24, 2011 3:53 PM

Jenson, Fernando, and Mark are all still in the hunt for second-best. Hamilton is coming back nicely and Sebastian is as usual trying to break more records. Michael Schumacher is oh so close to outscoring Nico and this may be the last time we see Rubens on the grid.
With no wins to date this season, I expect Mark to put in a Herculean effort at Brazil . Jensen has beaten Hamilton on points, but will try his hardest to beat Hamilton in race wins. To finish the season ahead of your teammate on points is always great, but to have more race wins is something special. This battle, will be one to savour. I'm not a huge fan of Alonso, but he does have great talent and Ferrari have often gone very well here at Brazil, so if Alonso or Massa could pull off a win I'd willingly give due praise.
Sebastian and Red Bull have already wrapped up the season, but there are still a host of reasons for any F1 lover to be excited about Brazil 2011.

Buzz45 - Unregistered

November 24, 2011 4:53 PM

@Binza

No need to swear Binza! There is nearly always loads of action in the race apart from Vettel storming off into the distance. If MacLaren have improved their car at all since the last race, it could be closer than usual. We have a fired up Lewis and a very canny Jenson who have both won a few races this year by fair and square means. If it's so boring why do you watch it anyway?

pcxmac - Unregistered

November 25, 2011 6:25 AM

@FreeJack, that monkey's name is Dietrich Mateschitz, and hes got a pretty firm grip on him and the rest of the team. Webber winning a race will only mean KERS failure in the next 10 races or a return to the poor clutch engagement.

Angelina - Unregistered

November 25, 2011 7:07 AM

I wounder how redbull looked so ordinary, 3rd fastest team without Vettel.
Also no Vettel, no redbull podium.
Still some people feel its car not Sebastian Vettel.

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