2010 Brazil Grand Prix Pre-race Updates: Red Bull fully supports both drivers

By on Oct 28, 2010 in Sports Comments

According to a recent report on the F1 website, the Red Bull team announced that it will not favor any of its driver in the upcoming 2010 Brazil Grand Prix in Sao Paulo. The Team Red Bull announcement was made by Team principal Christian Horner, who insisted, that Red Bull will not favor Mark Webber over Sebastian Vettel. The 2010 F1 Brazil Grand Prix on November 7, 2010, is the penultimate round of the 2010 Formula One Championship.

After the 2010 Korean Grand Prix in Yeongam, Webber now trails Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso by 11 points, while Vettel is in fifth position and 14 points away from his teammate. Running in fourth place is McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton who is 21 points off the leader. Horner further explained that everything is possible with still 50 points to contest with and he believes “that both drivers will do everything possible to achieve the best result for the team.”

On the other hand, Ferrari already declared all out support to Alonso‘s F1 Driver’s Championship title run. McLaren is also expected to do the same for Hamilton, as Jensen Button faltered in Korea.

In the race for the Constructor’s Title, Red Bull currently leads the pack with 27 points separating them from their closest rival McLaren.



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