Red Bull Racing Crowned World Formula One Champions Red Bull Racing were crowned Formula One Constructors' Champions in Sao Paulo today. Sebastian Vettel's win at the Brazilian Grand Prix, Mark Webber's second place was enough to secure the team its first world title in only its sixth season of existance.
Both drivers drove faultless races, helped on by some immaculate pitstops and our nearest rivals only managing fourth and fifth places.
It was a great day for the team and our principal, Christian Horner, paid tribute to the man behind it all. After the win, he said: “This is an unbelievable result. In six years this team has come from a team that no-one took seriously – that everyone thought was a party team – to the 2010 Formula One Constructors’ Champions. We’ve assembled a great group whose collective commitment and effort has delivered this result. Six and half years ago Mr. Mateschitz had a vision and today we have fulfilled it, it is an unbelievable feeling.”
As well as guests form team partners LG and Red Bull Brazil our cramped hospitality area also welcomed DJ Carl Cox and Faithless rapper Maxi Jazz.
It means the drivers' title is still a four-way battle between Vettel, Webber, Fernando Alonso of Ferrari and Lewis Hamilton of McLaren as we head to the final race of the year in Abu Dhabi in just a week's time.