How the landscape is taking shape at Red Bull

How the landscape is taking shape at Red Bull

Sebastian Vettel's calamitous race in Belgium, and Mark Webber's well-measured drive to second, might just be setting the scene for the focus of the Red Bull team from here on in. Tony Dodgins explains

The 2010 world championship, in Alex Ferguson parlance, is getting down to the squeaky bum stage. It's time for absolute focus and clarity of thought. To use a Jackie Stewart phrase - sound mind management.

Which is why you watched Sebastian Vettel's drive at Spa with some incredulity. As Mark Webber said at the start of the weekend, in terms of the Red Bull RB6's strengths, Spa, and particularly Monza, are two races you would not choose. But they're on the calendar and you have to make the best of them.

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