Sunday, 7 November 2010

Sebastian Vettel wins Brazilian GP - Red Bull win Constructors Championship

Nico Hulkenburg was unable to maintain his pole position start as he came under instant pressure from the guys around him, with Vettel, Webber, Alonso and Hamilton all vying for his position. In this afternoon's Brazilian Grand Prix we saw no drivers championship decided, but that will go down to wire and will be decided in Abu Dhabi in two weeks time, Red Bull did claim the Constructors Championship for the first time after there drivers finished in first and second place with Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber respectivley. Both drivers drove a formiddable race to keep up the heat on current leader Fernando Alonso who finished in third today. Alonso was needing a first place finish to claim the championship today, but it wasn't to be.

Britian's Lewis Hamilton finished in fourth place, keeping himself in with a chance of winning the title again in two weeks time, but Button finished fifth ending his chance to regain the title.

Fernando Alonso currently leads the drivers championship and would need only a second place finish to be crowed champion, but the spainard will have Vettel, Webber and Hamilton breathing down his next. So it's off to Abu Dhabi for two weeks time. Who will be crowned champion?

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