Red Bull only F1's eighth-best team

Red Bull only F1's eighth-best team

Red Bull has achieved incredible things in Formula 1, but it still has work to do to become one of the all-time greatest teams, according to EDD STRAW

When Sebastian Vettel won the Indian Grand Prix, all the watching world cared about was that he had won the drivers' championship. Red Bull clinching the constructors' title was, at best, a footnote.

The less high-profile classification is regarded as crucial by the team, not least because both prize money and Red Bull's generous staff bonus payments are based upon it. But for the majority of those with an interest in the sport, the phrase 'world champion' applies to the driver.

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