Red Bull Racing has clinched the constructors' World Championship title following a dominant 1-2 finish in the Brazilian Grand Prix.Although the fight for the drivers' crown remains open until the season finale in Abu Dhabi next weekend, Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber's performance in Brazil was enough for it to be assured of its maiden team title.
With nearest challenger McLaren unable to secure the result it needed to keep itself in the constructors' crown, Red Bull Racing cannot now be beaten to the constructors' crown.
Red Bull Racing's title success comes after a season in which there is little doubt it has had the quickest car. Vettel and Webber have taken 14 out of a possible 18 pole positions and won seven grands prix.
Team principal Christian Horner said before the Interlagos weekend that although the Constructors' Championship did not carry the prestige of the drivers' crown, it was still a great honor for his squad.
"Inevitably, for the team the constructors' is where they are measured against their peers in the pit lane," he said. "From the team point of view the constructors' is the one that is held most closely to people's hearts.
"To the public, the drivers' is what has the most prestige attached to it. In different ways within the team they have an equal value."