Red Bull: A massive result for the team to achieve a one-two in Japan 13 October, 2013 Sebstian Vettel, Finish Position: Winner, Start Position: 2nd “A very rewarding win today; it’s a great feeling. I love this track and it’s just fantastic to win here. It was a horrible start to be honest; we found ourselves sitting in third place and then tried to go longer in the first stint. I had great traction after I got past Romain, and after that the only threat was Mark – who got stuck behind Romain. We could then manage the gap until the end of the race. The Championship is the big target of course, but the season is very long still and the best way to wrap it up is not to think about it. I’m happy to go home for a bit now and to relax before we go out to India. That’s an impressive country and I’m looking forward to racing there in a couple of weeks.” Mark Webber, Finish Position: 2nd, Start Position: 1st “We were on the back foot a bit after Romain’s great start. I wanted to put pressure on him for the win. Sebastian was on a different strategy to me and in the end it worked out pretty similar. It’s hard to know which was right [a two or three stop strategy], as we were trying to cover off Romain. I did my best and in the end it was a good result.” Christian Horner, Team Principal: “A massive result for the team to achieve a one-two in Japan. It was an exciting race that was dictated by the tyre strategy. We split the strategies between a three-stop for Mark and a two-stop for Seb, based on the expected tyre lives on the two cars. Both drivers managed to make it work to navigate their way past Romain Grosjean, in particularly brave moves down into Turn one. A great result for the team and both Championships and congratulations to Renault for another one-two-three finish on the podium.” Thierry Salvi, Renault: “A perfect result for Renault today, and great to see us up there represented on the podium. We split strategies today for Mark and Seb and got a 1-2, which is of course good news for the Championship. However there are still four races to go so we’ll remain focused on the job in hand.” Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsVerstappen set for FP1 debut at SuzukaHorner: It’s unimaginable that Vettel has had the run of success that he’s hadVettel: It looks very good at this stage but it’s not over before it’s overWebber: A sensational result for me in my last time here in Japan in Formula 1Grosjean: I thought it was the day that the first victory was comingWebber unlikely to adhere Red Bull team orders at SuzukaRed Bull: It’s great to have secured front row for the raceRed Bull: The car balance is decent, but we can still improveVettel wary of eating nuclear sushi in JapanNew Red Bull RB9 chassis for Webber after Korea fire Red Bull Cheats Webber, you got shafted like 2010, so Vettel could win. Boycotthehaters It’s true, he got shafted exactly like in 2010. Which is to say, not at all. Just as in 2010 he shafted his own race. Nobody else shafted it for him.