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31 MAR - 03 APR 2016

Four And Counting

Nine years ago Red Bull Racing did not even exist.

Today, Red Bull Racing have done what only the sport’s two longest-established teams, Ferrari and McLaren, had ever done before them: won the Constructors’ Championship four times in a row. Like those two great names, Red Bull also annexed the Drivers’ Championship in those four seasons.

With 13 victories in 2013, all to Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull have a career total of 47 and have vaulted from seventh to fifth in the all-time winning constructors’ list. The first of those 47 came only four years ago in China.

When I'm 64…

The Formula 1 World Championship turned 64 in 2013.

It also turned into a one-man show, with Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel underlining his right to be spoken of in the same breath as the greatest drivers in Grand Prix racing history.

The bald facts are that Vettel won 13 of the season’s 19 races. That matched the all-time record set by his idol and sometime mentor Michael Schumacher in a Ferrari back in 2004.

Out On A High

On a weekend of Australian Ashes triumph in his beloved sport of cricket, Mark Webber declared his own superb innings over at 215 – and walked off the F1 field with his head held high.

Second place in Brazil and fastest race lap in his 215th and final Grand Prix was a typically proud way for Webber to bow out of the sport he has graced since his headline-grabbing debut for Minardi at Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit in 2002.

Let’s dispense with the statistics straight away.

“I Got The Timing Right"

ROUND 19 – Brazil, November 24, 2013

1st: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Renault) 1hr 32m 36.300s (198.202 km/h)
2nd: Mark Webber (Red Bull Renault) gap: 10.452s
3rd: Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) gap: 18.913s

Fastest Lap: Webber 1:15.436 = 205.636 km/h on lap 51

Pole Position: Vettel 1:26.479 = 179.377 km/h

World Championship: Vettel 397 points • Alonso 242 • Webber 199

“I Don't Know How I Do It”

ROUND 18 – USA, November 17, 2013

1st: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Renault) 1hr 39m 17.148s (186.374 km/h)
2nd: Romain Grosjean (Lotus Renault) gap: 6.284s
3rd: Mark Webber (Red Bull Renault) gap: 8.396s

Fastest Lap: Vettel 1:39.856 = 198.754 km/h on lap 54

Pole Position: Vettel 1:36.338 = 206.012 km/h

World Championship: Vettel 372 points • Alonso 227 • Hamilton 187

Adventurer Charley Boorman brings an international edge to the Mazda3 Celebrity Challenge

TV adventurer, travel writer and actor, Charley Boorman, has today been announced as the second driver on the grid for the Mazda3 Celebrity Challenge bringing with him a passion and enthusiasm for motorsport.

A self-confessed rev-head, Boorman is best known for his role alongside actor and close friend, Ewan McGregor, in their “Long Way Round” series, where they travelled over 32,186 kilometres by motorcycle across 12 countries in just 115 days.

Seven For Seb, Second For Mark

ROUND 17 – Abu Dhabi, November 3, 2013

1st: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Renault) 1hr 38m 06.106s (186.758 km/h)
2nd: Mark Webber (Red Bull Renault) gap: 30.829s
3rd: Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) gap: 33.650s

Fastest Lap: Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) 1:43.434 = 193.305 km/h on lap 55

Pole Position: Webber 1:39.957 = 200.030 km/h

World Championship: Vettel 347 points • Alonso 217 • Raïkkönen 183

Sporting fans and Melbourne the winners with F1 and AFL on same weekend

Melbourne will continue its reputation as the sporting capital of the world with the city set to host the ultimate sporting weekend when Formula One and AFL both come to town in March, 2014.

In an exciting announcement for sporting fans, the weekend will deliver a sporting feast for fans that gives everyone the opportunity to watch live the 2014 Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix and not miss a minute of any Victorian AFL match.

It will be a big week for Melbourne with the Formula One action heating up the street circuit from Thursday March 13 – Sunday March 16.


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