Mark Webber could have been forgiven had he said to the Red Bull team principal, Christian Horner, on his slow-down lap yesterday: "If Vettel wants my front wing, he can have it now."
In a processional European Grand Prix where one of the few outstanding moments was the spectacular backflip accident that befell his Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber, Sebastian Vettel bounced back into contention for the world championship with an easy win.
Spaniard praises his team's new aerodynamic package after reeling in McLaren's advantage at Valencia Grand Prix
Red Bull vow to ‘move on’ from crash but McLaren look to build on Istanbul win
Fernando Alonso will have a compatriot for company in Formula One this season, after the BMW Sauber F1 Team confirmed they have signed Pedro de la Rosa, 38, to partner the Japanese driver, Kamui Kobayashi.
The FIA has told BMW Sauber AG their application for an entry in next year's FIA Formula One World Championship has succeeded.
Briton seals F1 title with display of aggression and flair in race won by Webber
Robert Kubica is convinced he can fight for next year's Formula One world title after agreeing to join Renault from 2010.
Team Lotus, once famous in the heyday of founder Colin Chapman for making world champions of Jim Clark, Graham Hill, Jochen Rindt, Emerson Fittipaldi and Mario Andretti, are set to return after the FIA yesterday awarded them the 13th entry in next year's Formula One championship.
Button relieved to see championship lead cut by just two points after first-lap pile-up
McLaren's failure to get tyres ready lets in Brazilian for an 'emotional' victory
The future of BMW Sauber continues to hang in the balance after the team missed an initial deadline to sign the new Concorde Agreement.
McLaren driver hails much improved car after holding off Raikkonen challenge
The Formula One Teams Association has walked out of a meeting with the sport's governing body to discuss cost-cutting measures.
The FIA have confirmed they are to issue legal proceedings against the Formula One Teams' Association following their threat to begin a breakaway series.
The FIA and the Formula One Teams' Association have just three days to resolve their differences otherwise a breakaway series will move a step closer to fruition.