It's party time at Red Bull after they wrapped up their second consecutive Constructors' Championship at the Korean Grand Prix.
The Constructors' glory comes after the Milton Keynes-based squad outscored McLaren at Yeongam following Sebastian Vettel's victory and Mark Webber's third-place finish. This, of course, comes only a week after Vettel became the youngest driver to secure back-to-back World Championships
Team principal Christian Horner paid tribute to those who have helped the Red Bull to achieve their targets this year and also promised they are "going to enjoy this moment".
"It was a phenomenal race for us, an exciting race," he told BBC Sport.
"We had very good pace this afternoon. A second title is testimony to the dedication and commitment of the whole team. We're going to enjoy this moment - it's been a phenomenal period for the team, and I'm tremendously proud of all of them. There's a really special spirit here which is unrivalled down the pit lane."
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