Vettel wants record and perfect final victory
Christmas spirit may not arise in Sao Paulo. For the first time a Formula-1-finals on the first Sunday of Advent is about the stage. Sebastian Vettel could be paid after the second world title a record yet. The German wants to conclude the sole record of pole positions set up in one season. Currently, Vettel with 14 pole positions tied with Nigel Mansell 1992nd
Vettel is anxious above all to make the disappointment of Abu Dhabi forget when he brought a tire failure on his Red Bull racing car in the first round of the first loss of the season. The exact cause is still unclear. His twelfth win of the season but would be perfectionist Vettel to take out a splendid season. "Then pleased it certain that it's over," said the 24-year-old double world champion.
Red Bull had last year in Brazil with a double win by Vettel and Mark Webber still a week before the finale in Abu Dhabi made the first Constructors world title perfectly. The Bulls also have the 2011 already in the bag.
The pole position at the Autodromo Carlos Pace won last year but the sensational German Nico Hulkenberg, currently only reservist with Force India, in the Williams. The changing conditions at Interlagos to surprises can sometimes make their contribution. "When it rains, as is likely in Sao Paulo, there are extreme hydroplaning," said Vettel. In addition, the altitude of about 800 meters would cost a bit of power.
Vettel during his trophies, you can hardly count, it's only rival for his consolation prize for the runner-up title. Jenson Button is in the best position for it, but he is ten points ahead of Ferrari star Fernando Alonso in the final. Only with a win - it would be his first since Hungary in August 2010 - could the 22 meter past Webber theoretically ensure the total triumph for Red Bull.