Vettel: It’s a pleasure to come here to the Red Bull F1 factory and say thank you 7 November, 2013 Sebastian Vettel celebrates title number four at the Red Bull F1 factory Four-time Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel today brought the celebrations for his title win and the team’s fourth consecutive Constructors’ Championship victory back home, with an emotional visit to Infiniti Red Bull Racing’s factory in Milton Keynes. Before meeting team employees at a private party at the team’s HQ, Sebastian, along with Team Principal Christian Horner and Chief Technical Officer Adrian Newey, explained at a press conference how important the effort of the whole team had been in securing the latest pair in the team’s sequence of four double championships in a row. “It’s really nice to come back to the factory to celebrate the achievement with the whole team,” said Sebastian. “Obviously, there are a certain number of people who are at every race, but there are many people behind what happens at the track, who are just as dedicated and passionate about the job we do. It’s a pleasure to come here to the factory and say thank you to them. They put in a lot more hours here than I do, so it’s nice to give a little bit back.” Adrian Newey, Christian Horner and Sebastian Vettel during the Q&A session at the Red Bull F1 Milton Keynes HQ Team Principal Christian Horner added: “You only have to walk around the factory here to see the determination, the desire and the enjoyment people have in working at this team. We’ve come a long way in a pretty short space of time and there’s tremendous pride in everything we’ve achieved collectively. To have won and defended our title are things we are all enormously proud of. So it is very gratifying to celebrate these latest titles here with Sebastian, who I think has done an outstanding job this year and who has yet again raised the bar.” “The level he has driven at this year has been absolutely magnificent. It is important for the team to enjoy the moment and to take in what has been achieved. We have a fairly modest facility in comparison with some of our rivals, but what exists within these buildings is a huge amount of desire and passion and it’s those things that have enabled us to achieve the kind of results we have in recent years.” After meeting the media, Sebastian spent some time meeting competition winners and then rejoined Christian and Adrian for a team celebration in the afternoon. Then, after the applause for the achievements, it was back to work. The next goal? Simple – “The next race,” said Sebastian. “We go to Austin next week and I’m looking forward to it already.” (Red Bull) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsSalo says early debut for Verstappen is bad for F1Vettel to get another new chassis for MonzaWebber: Vettel was making many mistakesVerstappen set for FP1 debut at SuzukaSilly Season Update: Honda want Vettel and NeweyHorner: We never realised just how good Daniel isVideo: Vettel drives first ever full lap of Russian GP venueRicciardo: We will keep fightingVettel to get new race engineer for 2015Red Bull: A phenomenal performance to get our 50th win Boycotthehaters Amother press release trying to convince us vettel is not a petulant child with a bad temper and a racist attitudes. The redbull PR machine is in full swing. Boycotthehaters The real petulant child is the pathetic jackass who keeps posting under other peoples names. bmendon That line has been used one too many times. Miserable hater!