Red Bull Racing says it will stay on the attack for the rest of the season, even though Sebastian Vettel is now on the verge of clinching his second World Championship title.
Vettel's victory at Monza means he takes a 112-point lead in the standings to the Singapore Grand Prix, where a good result could be enough for him to win the crown. But despite now being so close to wrapping up another title, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says there will be no change in attitude from the team.
"Our approach to Singapore will be exactly the same as every grand prix this year – we will go there to try and win it," he said. "We came close last year, and it would be great to win that race, and the championship will take care of itself at the end of the day.
"I think that our philosophy has been to attack each grand prix weekend and not cruise and collect points, and I think that is the right philosophy. We continue to learn very valuable lessons for next year, so our approach will be exactly the same."
Horner also believes that, with the technical regulations staying pretty similar for next year, it is important that the team keeps pushing on with its development program.
"Our philosophy is that you can always learn, and we will keep pushing all the way to Brazil. What we learn this year, because there is relative stability in the rules for next year, you can only benefit because you can carry that through.
"Of course, all the teams will be starting to shift focus to their 2012 car, and we are no different, but there are still valuable lessons that can be incorporated."
Horner said he was confident that Mark Webber will return to form in Singapore, after a difficult Italian GP weekend.
"I think he will bounce back," he said. "He was obviously going for it, and with Felipe [Massa] it was 50/50, it was a racing accident. It relied on Felipe being generous at the second part of the chicane, but contact was made and it was one of those things.
"It was our first DNF all year. They are costly, and he knows that. So, he will be focused on coming back strong in Singapore."