Sunday, November 7, 2010

Red Bull claims Formula One constructors' championship 80hat

Sebastian Vettel has won the Brazilian Grand Prix to keep the Formula One title race alive and claim Red Bull’s constructors' championship victory at the same time.
The German, who started second on Sunday, took the lead at the first corner and cruised to victory at Interlagos.
Mark Webber of Red Bull was second, championship leader Fernando Alonso of Ferrari third and Lewis Hamilton of McLaren fourth, which left the Formula One title race remains open until the season finale in Abu Dhabi.
Alonso was the only driver who could have won the championship in Brazil, but his third-place finish was not enough. He has an eight-point lead over Webber now and a 15-point advantage over Vettel going into the season closing next weekend.
Meanwhile, the one-two finish at the Interlagos track gave Red Bull its first ever constructors' championship.

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