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Following on from the third successive Drivers' Championship clinched by Sebastian Vettel after a dramatic 2012 season finale in Brazil, we take a look back in pictures at another incredible season for both Infiniti's Global Brand Ambassador and our partners, Red Bull Racing
Infiniti Global Brand Ambassador, Sebastian Vettel, today secured his third consecutive Drivers’ Championship title in Brazil after finishing sixth in a thrilling end-of-season finale in very challenging conditions, joining Formula One’s record books as the youngest driver to achieve this extraordinary feat. Mark Webber finished fourth and ended the season in sixth place in the Championship. The results today leave Infiniti-partners, Red Bull Racing, as double World Champions again, for the third time in a row, after one of the most closely-fought Formula One seasons in recent years.
It's the last race of the 2012 season and tomorrow, the F1 World Drivers' Championship will be decided. Find out here what Sebastian Vettel thinks about his chances following today's qualifying session. Sebastian's teammate, Mark Webber, and Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner also give their feedback on today's performance.
Infiniti-partners, Red Bull Racing, sealed victory this weekend in the 2012 F1 Constructors’ Championship, their third consecutive title and a truly Inspired Performance. After an incredible qualifying lap, Sebastian secured pole position for his 100th Grand Prix with team mate Mark Webber third on the grid. It proved to be a nail-biting race, with Sebastian finishing on the podium in second place and maintaining a 13-point lead in the Drivers’ Championship, which will now be decided at the last race of the season in Brazil next weekend. Mark’s race ended in an unfortunate retirement after a good start.
Sebastian Vettel began his 100th race weekend with an incredible qualifying performance to finish in pole position for tomorrow's US Grand Prix at the new Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. Team mate Mark Webber was not far behind in 3rd place. Here you can find feedback from both drivers and Christian Horner, as Red Bull Racing prepare for the race that they hope will cement their 2012 Championship ambitions.
After his exclusion from Saturday's qualifying session, Sebastian Vettel clearly had a point to prove. This he did in fine style, charging from the back of the grid to an eventual third place podium finish, retaining his lead in the Drivers' Championship. Teammate, Mark Webber, had a race to forget after a great qualifying performance. His race ended after he became unavoidably involved in someone else's accident. Despite this, Red Bull Racing maintain a commanding lead in the Constructors' Championship, and will be hoping to cement victory in Austin in two weeks' time.
After a lengthy deliberation by the stewards at Yas Marina, Sebastian Vettel was excluded from today's qualifying session and will start tomorrow's Grand Prix from the pit lane. See the feedback from him and Christian Horner about today's session and their hopes for tomorrow's race, as well as a quote from Mark Webber, who qualified strongly in second place.
Sebastian Vettel's fourth win in a row for Red Bull Racing and Infiniti was all the more special as it means Sebastian has now equalled the legendary Ayrton Senna's record of leading every lap of a race for three consecutive Grands Prix. Mark Webber's excellent third place meant the Team had another double podium to celebrate in India. Here you can find feedback from both drivers and from Christian Horner, after another victorious weekend for the reigning World Champions.
Another Grand Prix qualifying session, another front row taken by Red Bull Racing...it's a personal best for the Infiniti-partnered team as they reflect on three qualifying 1-2's in as many races. Hear what drivers Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber thought of the session, as well as Christian Horner's thoughts for tomorrow's race.