Reign world champion Sebastian Vettel says that Red Bull will try again to win again. Red Bull RB7 was dominant performance through the last two (2010 and 2011) season with Sebastian Vettel, the double time world champion set 11 victories and 15 pole positions in 2011 season.
“We will try (to win again),” Vettel told Auto Hebdo. “But the beauty of this sport is that before a new season, all the points counters are reset. It is up to Red Bull to build a competitive chassis and Renault to produce a powerful and reliable engine. There is no certainty; nothing is sure about this (success) continuing.”
“All year long [we were] pushing to keep the car at the level that it was,” Vettel said. “McLaren were pushing massively and I think at the end we were pretty even. I don’t think that one car really had the edge.”
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