Five themes to watch for in India

Five themes to watch for in India

Another race, another Red Bull pole. Can anyone stop Vettel this time out? Or does the strong race pace shown in practice by Ferrari and McLaren mean the German is in for a tough Sunday? Edd Straw analyses the pre-race storylines

Red Bull in control

In a season that was once defined by its unpredictability, Red Bull has enjoyed unprecedented success of late. Sebastian Vettel starts the Indian Grand Prix having won three on the bounce and with a six-point lead in the drivers' championship over Fernando Alonso.

If Red Bull pulls off the one-two finish that many expect, it will be hard to imagine either championship going anywhere other than Milton Keynes.

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