Sebastian Vettel Wins His Tenth Race of The Season at Korea
Red Bull Racing keeps on popping champagne bottles in Asia: two Sundays ago with the celebration of the World Drivers's Championship clinched by the German, and last weekend following the World Driver's Championship has been won.

The 24-year-old German motorist, who qualified in 2nd position, wanted to win his tenth race of this year there, and because lap 1 he snatched No. 1 by McLaren's British motorist Lewis Hamilton, position that he defended until the ending without setbacks.

With this victory Vettel attained 349 points that together with his teammate Mark Webber's 209 pts, who finished in third position at Korea, ensured Red Bull Racing's second World Constructor's title in a row, that confirms their hegemony in the F1.  For your 35-year-old Australian motorist this title is "that a massive thing," however he didn't conceal his disappointment not finishing in 2nd location.  While for the German it had been "great to see that the whole team keeps pushing. "

 And only two rod positions are keeping him from matching the time album signed by Nigel Mansell in 1992 with 14 poles in 16 races.  Therefore don't expect the German to slow down his pace throughout the previous 3 events of those years, since despite having won all of the names in dispute with Red Bull, he has an ego to feed.

A fantastic example of his ambition had been seen throughout the previous lap at Yeongam on Sunday, when he pushed his car to the limit so as to signal his second fastest lap of the year after the one attained at the European Grand Prix on June.  Risking at the end of a race that he had controlled was "really dumb," like Vettel himself admitted, but he then explained that it needed to do "together with the self since there are no more things. " Therefore don't expect any less that his best attempt in India, Abu Dhabi and Brazil.

The Indian Gran Prix will be held on October 30 at the Buddh International Circuit, and will become the initial F1 event to occur on the Indian Subcontinent.  There the battle for No. 2 will reside another epic chapter, because just 26 points separate individuals competing for that position: British Jenson Button from McLaren includes 222 points, followed closely by Ferrari's Fernando Alonso with 212 pts, Webber with 209 pts and Hamilton with 196 pts.

Like Vettel those four drivers will also be fueled by their own egos, which guarantees a fantastic series for its inaugural event at Buddh International Circuit that already "has complete support from the government and the sports ministry," in accordance with the organizers: Jaypee Sports International.