F1's top ten most win-efficient teams
Red Bull broke in to the top ten wins to starts ratio - an obscure if telling list that measures a constructors ability to find and maintain success quickly. The feat prompted Edd Straw to trawl the history books and see who the current world champion team match up against
Red Bull claimed its first victory in Formula 1 with a one-two for Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber in the 2009 Chinese Grand Prix. Since then, it has enjoyed remarkable success, racking up 17 wins as well as winning both championships last season.
That run of success has elevated Red Bull into the ranks of the more successful constructors in F1 history in terms of wins to starts – although it still has some way to go to match the records of a few teams.
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