Red Bull Racing's last stand

Red Bull Racing's last stand

Brawn could knock Red Bull out of title contention with a good result in Singapore, but team boss Christian Horner has not given up yet, as he explained to Adam Cooper.

We've been saying for a while that this or that grand prix will be a pivotal race in the battle for the world championship, but Singapore this weekend is indisputably going to be a turning point – at least as far as Red Bull Racing is concerned.

The team had a nightmare of a race in Monza that saw Sebastian Vettel salvage an eighth place, and then only after Lewis Hamilton's late crash. The German and his team-mate Mark Webber have now dropped so far behind Jenson Button that another poor weekend could see them both mathematically knocked out of contention, with three races left. And much the same goes for RBR's constructors' title aspirations.

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