Stats: Britain is Red Bull territory

Stats: Britain is Red Bull territory

Red Bull's first dry-weather Formula 1 win came at Silverstone in 2009. It hasn't looked back since, and Britain plays to its strengths. Michele Merlino runs through Silverstone's big stats

RED BULL TERRITORY

There's one thing we have to keep in mind about Silverstone that influences all the other data: since 2009, the British track has become Red Bull territory.

It's scored three wins and three poles out of four, and missed only one podium out of eight total starts, when Sebastian Vettel got a puncture on the opening lap of the 2010 race, nevertheless managing to finish seventh.

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