Red Bull on brink of third consecutive constructors’ title 14 November, 2012 Nov.14 (GMM) Red Bull Racing is on the verge of wrapping up the 2012 Formula One Constructors’ Championship, for the third time in as many years. The 2010 and 2011 title winners – whose German driver Sebastian Vettel also secured back-to-back drivers’ championships – are 82 points ahead of nearest challengers Ferrari, with just two races to go. If the points gap is more than 43 after Sunday’s US Grand Prix, Red Bull will be the 2012 champions with the Interlagos finale still in their pocket. To stop Red Bull becoming champions this weekend already, Ferrari would need to score an almost perfect 39 points in Texas, with Red Bull failing to score at all. The drivers’ title is the one hailed by the media and fans, but the constructors’ championship is highly lucrative – worth, according to Speed Week, about $100 million to the winner. Sir Frank Williams, whose eponymous team has won 9 constructors’ titles, said: “The team that gets the most points, has done the best job. “The drivers come and go, the team stays,” he added. Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsRicciardo: I’m really happy with third placeVettel to qualify in Austin out of respect for fansConfirmed Vettel will start from pitlane in AustinVettel: Long life engine rule is stupidVettel looks set to start race from pitlane in AustinVettel: To win every race since the summer break is unbelievable, the car has been phenomenalRosberg: What Sebastian’s car can do in the corners is madnessRed Bull claims 1.9 second pitstop record during Austin raceStraight eight historic winning streak puts Vettel ahead of childhood idol SchumacherVettel: Eight in a row…it’s one of those records you never expect to be beaten test1 Very interesting details you have remarked, regards for putting up. “Pleasure and love are the pinions of great deeds.” by Charles Fox.