Red Bull's advisor Helmut Marko is confident that the team will continue its domination of Formula 1 into 2012.
Sebastian Vettel clinched his second world championship title in as many years after finishing third in Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix, and Marko said afterwards that he believes the team is well placed to go for a hat-trick next season.
"We are just going from race-to-race and of course we want to win as many as possible," the Austrian said. "The whole crew stays together so I don't see a reason why we shouldn't be successful next year."
Speaking of Vettel's championship run, which saw the 24-year-old wrap up the title with four races still to go, Marko was keen to point out Red Bull's contribution to the success.
"He did a very good job, he didn't make nearly any mistakes and he also was very lucky that his car was so reliable," said Marko. "There wasn't one technical issue in comparison to last year. If you remember two times he had technical problems when leading [in 2010].
"Unfortunately today I think we lost it in the pits, but anyway being the champion the second time we are all very happy and we will fight for the next one."