Vettel extends championship lead

Sebastian Vettel moved 13 points clear of Fernando Alonso in the Formula One Drivers’ Championship with a commanding victory in India.

Front of house seats for Red Bull

Ahead of the Indian Grand Prix, Red Bull Racing locked-out its third front row start in succession.

Vettel makes practice perfect

Sebastian Vettel set fastest lap for the third straight session as practice for the Indian Grand Prix concluded.

Vettel doubles up

Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel carried over his form from FP1, finished Friday afternoon practice top of the timesheets.

Race Preview

India plays host for the 17th round of the 2012 Formula One World Championship with teams arriving in New Delhi and making their way to Greater Noida and the impressive Buddh International Circuit. With only three races to follow, India marks the beginning of the endgame in the race for Drivers’ and Constructors’ Championship glory.

Three in a row for Vettel

Sebastian Vettel completed Formula One’s tour of the Far East with a third straight victory, in the process taking the lead in the Drivers’ Championship.

Webber edges Vettel for pole

While practice times had Sebastian Vettel favourite to take pole position in Korea, it was team-mate Mark Webber who finished qualifying in P1.
Red Bull Racing’s Webber won the Monaco GP earlier this year after inheriting pole position when quickest man Michael Schumacher was. However, at the Korea International Circuit, pole position was all Webber’s own work. 

Vettel fastest in FP3

Sebastian Vettel continued his dominance of Korean Grand Prix practice, topping the timesheet in FP3.

Red Bull to the fore in FP2

Red Bull Racing charged to the top of the timesheets in the second practice session ahead of this weekend’s Korean Grand Prix.
Having taken third and fifth places respectively in the opening session, Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel found more pace in the afternoon, with Vettel moving to the top of the standings and Webber finishing just three hundredths of a second behind his team-mate in second place.