Vettel has a point of world title!
Only ordeal of the Formula 1 season has to be presented in the evenings on the street circuit in the city-state of Singapore, the fourteenth round of the 2011 was completely dominated by German Sebastian Vettel in his Red Bull-Renault.
In fact, the Singapore Grand Prix 2011 almost allowed the 2010 champion to ensure, five stages of the term, a second consecutive title but the Englishman Jenson Button, by realizing it as another perfect race with his McLaren-Mercedes , finished second, which gives a gap of 124 behind Vettel. Knowing a win 25 points, so it would have the last 5 Button wins Grand Prix and Vettel finishes outside of the "Top 10" five times. Suffice to say that Red Bull already and we can already begin to celebrate the title of the young prodigy.
Enameled little incidents, this race has not been as spectacular than previous. Once again, Mark Webber, Vettel's teammate at Red Bull, missed his departure, so that the Australian veteran was again a race to catch up on the podium, behind Vettel and Button, and before Alonso, Hamilton , rookie Paul Di Resta, Rosberg, Sutil and Felipe Massa, only the ninth with the second Ferrari.
In Europe, it was the end of the season for the Le Mans Endurance Series. In the absence of manufacturers Peugeot and Audi turbodiesel prototypes which are already arrived in the United States in anticipation of the race of 1,000,000 ("Petit Le Mans") on the Road Atlanta circuit next weekend, the teams semi -professional honors were sharing the 6 Hours of Estoril (Portugal). Victory goes to the French Emmanuel Collard, Julien Jousse and Tinseau their Pescarolo-Judd.
In North America, miracle: the rain did not come to disrupt the flow of business in NASCAR this past weekend! Presented on the oval at Loudon New Hampshire, the Sprint Cup race won by Tony Stewart (Chevrolet), before Brad Keselowski (Dodge) and Greg Biffle (Ford). A second consecutive victory for Stewart and climbs at the forefront of the championship. And as in Chicago a week earlier, this gain is the right strategy, because again, the strategies have been critical supply, several drivers competing to win crashing gasoline in the last two rounds. To the public in the stands and on TV, this is far from the hope show ...
The NASCAR Camping World Trucks series was also to schedule a Loudon. The victory went to Kyle Busch (Toyota), before the young Austin Dillon (Chevrolet), which, by the same token, takes control in the championship.