F1 » David Tremayne: Red Bull do the damage


Three time Guild of Motoring Writers Journalist of the Year Award winner David Tremayne casts his eye back over the Italian Grand Prix at Monza…

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Firestorm

September 11, 2013 9:33 AM

I must admit that Red Bull was incredible at Monza. Vettel controlled the race as Webber was faster than the two Ferraris even with a gearbox problem and damaged endplate. At the start of the season if someone would have tell me that Vettel will win at Monza with Webber on the podium as well, I would call him crazy. But that's the harsh reality. When Schumacher dominated back in 2001, 2002 or 2004 he had a race not suited particulary to his Ferrari, the Monaco circuit, which he won only in 2001 because polesitter Coulthard started from the pitlane after some problems with his car. Monza is mean to be the most difficult track for Red Bull, their impossible mission. They won it in 2011 as well but the RB7 was a dominating car. Does it mean that the RB9 has become a dominating car, after the summer break? Until now it looks so.

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