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POLL: What should Red Bull do?

Support Mark Webber, support Sebastian Vettel or let the pair race - what should Red Bull do?
With just three races remaining on the F1 calendar, only 14 points seperate Red Bull pair Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel in the race for the title.

Vettel's win in Japan has brought him right back into contention for the crown and has left Red Bull with a bit of a problem.

With things so close between the two drivers, how does it approach the races in Korea, Brazil and Abu Dhabi?

From Christian Horner's point of view, it's an easy decision to make. Webber and Vettel will be left free to fight on track as the pair go for the title, even though Fernando Alonso is ready to pounce on any problems there may be.

Red Bull knows first hand the risks that come from allowing drivers to fight - who can forget Turkey - but it appears that battle will rage until the time when one driver or the other can no longer mathematically be champion.

Is that a wise move though? Should the team allow the drivers to race and risk taking points off each other or should Red Bull throw its backing behind one of the two drivers?

To vote in our poll, CLICK HERE.



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Adam - Unregistered

October 14, 2010 1:12 PM

As I want to see an exciting championship end I think they should be left to fight it out anmongst themselves, as long as they dont take one another out again! Alonso will definatly be watching out for that! On the other hand part of me wants them to back Webber as he has had a tough time really, and I can't see him being in this situation again, be nice to see him win it. There is plenty of time for Vettel yet and I think his many mistakes this year, despite his speed makes me feel he doesnt quite deserve it just yet!

rbr46

October 14, 2010 2:20 PM

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