Record-breaking race for Red Bull

Record-breaking race for Red Bull

Red Bull broke a Formula 1 record that had stood for 23 years in Indian Grand Prix qualifying last weekend. Michele Merlino analyses all the stats from the Buddh International Circuit

Sebastian Vettel's Indian Grand Prix weekend broke new ground for Red Bull as the Austrian-owned team rewrote Formula 1 World Championship history at the new Buddh circuit.

Red Bull's 16th pole position of the season was a new record, beating the previous record of 15 that was set by McLaren in 1988. On three occasions the old record had been equalled; by McLaren's Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost in 1989, by Williams' Nigel Mansell and Riccardo Patrese in 1992, and then again by Sir Frank's line-up - this time of Prost and Damon Hill - the following season.

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