Red Bull Racing 2011 Brazilian Grand Prix Race Report Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Interlagos, Brazil, Sunday November 27 2011 Photos by Clive Mason, Paul Gilham and Mark Thompson/Getty Images CHRISTIAN HORNER, Team Principal: Race winner Mark Webber with second placed team mate Sebastian Vettel, Will Courtenay Head of Red Bull Racing Race and third placed Jenson Button 110169902KR086_F1_Grand_Pri.jpgMark Webber of Australia and Red Bull Racing celebrates on the podium after winning the the Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix 110169902KR050_F1_Grand_Pri.jpgRace winner Mark Webber celebrates in parc ferme with second placed team mate Sebastian Vettel 110169902KR057_F1_Grand_Pri.jpg"It was an incredible race. To sign off the year with a one-two finish is a fantastic way to end the year. The race was dominated by trying to manage the problem that Sebastian had; he did an unbelievable job to keep his car alive to the end of the race. The problem appeared on lap 5, due to a gearbox that was losing oil. Temperatures were therefore creeping up, but he adopted his driving technique and did an awesome job to get the car to the end. Mark was not far behind at the time and Sebastian conceded the lead. Thereafter Mark drove a fantastic race and had a very deserving victory to sign off what has been an unbelievable year. To have won 12 grand prix and defended both World Championships is fantastic and the timing's right to thank every member of the team for all their hard work. I'd like to also thank Renault and all our partners and obviously a very special thank you to Red Bull and Mr. Mateschitz for all the tremendous support they have shown us all year, without which none of these results would have been possible."