Date: 5th August 2011 at 9:04am
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Many Formula One fans and followers have already written off the 2011 Formula One World championships.

Red Bull and Vettel’s early dominance in this season championship makes it unlikely that any one can catch them. But while it would be tempting for Red Bull to play it safe, take no risks and collect the points, Red Bull will treat the second half of the season in the same many that they approached the first half.

‘Nothing changes in our philosophy, We’ll keep pushing, keep attacking every single grand prix because you cannot back off.

‘As soon as you start looking to consolidate that is when you make mistakes.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner told the BBC.

Defending F1 title holder Sebastian Vettel has an 83-point championship lead over team-mate Mark Webber, with McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton 88-points behind in third and Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso a further 1-point in fourth.

Hungarian Grand Prix winner Jenson Button is 100-points behind in fifth.

The constructors’ world championship also reads well if you are a Red Bull fan.

Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber have amassed 383-points so far this season with McLaren 103-points behind, Ferrari 168-points behind and Mercedes 303-points behind.

‘Our target is to win every single grand prix between now and the end of the year. In reality that’s going to be impossible but in the races that we can’t win then we want to be second, and if we can’t be second then we want to be on the podium.

‘So long as we come away from each weekend optimising what we’ve got, hopefully over the course of the season that should be enough.’
Horner added.