Infiniti Red Bull Racing secures constructors’ championship for fourth consecutive year.
Infiniti Red Bull Racing and Renault Sport F1 secured their fourth consecutive Constructors’ World Championship title.
Pirelli boss Paul Hembery claimed that "some teams went against our recommendations".
Infiniti Red Bull Racing wins the 2013 Formula One Constructors’ Championship; Sebastian Vettel wins the 2013 Formula One Drivers’ Championship
Sebastian’s win now brings him level with Renault Ambassador Alain Prost’s tally of four drivers’ championship wins.
Today’s Indian Grand Prix saw Sahara Force India score six World Championship points as Paul Di Resta finished in eighth place ahead of teammate Adrian Sutil in ninth.
As expected Sebastian Vettel did what he needed to wrap up the Drivers’ title in India.
Celebration time in India for Sebastian Vettel and the Red Bull team.
Massa secures 5th place on starting grid for tomorrows race, Alonso 8th.
Paul Di Resta and Adrian Sutil secure 12th and 13th places respectively for tomorrow’s Indian Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkinen 6th best time in Q3, but his teammate Romain Grosjean left in Q1 with 17th result.
Nico Hülkenberg qualified 7th and managed to get into Q3 yet again, Esteban Gutiérrez had to accept P16.
“We have a good chance in the race”
Nico took the team's 15th front row start of the season - and his sixth - with P2 this afternoon
Daniel placed his car in P11, while Jean-Eric was only fast enough for P14.
Red Bull driver fastest in shortened final practice ahead of team-mate Mark Webber.
Caterham prepares for the race as good as possible gathering data and correcting set up.