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- The penultimate day of the Extreme Sailing Series Act 2 in Qingdao, China, saw 4 capsizes, 1 big collision and a broken mast – and one of those unfortunate teams to head for an early bath was Red Bull Extreme Racing. The team were disappointed with their fourth-placed result after such a strong start in the early stages of Act 2 but, despite such a setback, there’s still plenty to play for at the series rolls on.
Sebastian Vettel returned to the top step at one of his favorite circuits as he chased down Lewis Hamilton to take victory in a marathon Singapore Grand Prix.
F1 Preview: Can Vettel Repeat in Spain? 2012-05-11
Coming off his first win this year, Sebastian Vettel hopes to claim his second straight Spanish Grand Prix victory. But as he knows from his four races at the track, much depends on qualifying,
Sebastian Vettel became the youngest-ever double F1 World Champion in 2011. Here's the first part of our recap of how he did it
Mark Webber: 'I won't write off our rivals' 2011-04-14
Red Bull Racing’s Mark Webber believes he can get a good result in this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix. He likes the Shanghai International Circuit (he finished second there in 2009) and knows he’ll be...