Fernando Alonso, and not Lewis Hamilton, is the man to take the fizz out of Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel and stop the German winning his fourth consecutive Formula One world championship.
Red Bull's team principal, Christian Horner, has refused to rule out a dream pairing of Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso next year.
Red Bull have an impressive record when it comes to meeting fresh challenges and the latest one is something completely different: how will Mark Webber's decision to quit the team upset the most impressive operation in Formula One?
The swaggering ease of the world champion Sebastian Vettel's victory in the Canadian Grand Prix – Red Bull's first success on the North American continent – disguised the fact that this was a highly entertaining race, unfortunately marred by a fatal accident to a track marshal.
Mercedes have been attacked by the world champion, Sebastian Vettel, for the controversial three-day tyre-testing session in Barcelona last month that will be investigated by the FIA's international tribunal.
Team orders or individual brilliance? Which should come out on top?
Red Bull have admitted that they are unable to control their warring drivers, Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber, and have largely abandoned the concept of team orders.
Lewis Hamilton says the problems at Red Bull that came to the fore in Malaysia are down to them having a No1 and No2 driver.
OK, I admit that I don't get F1. I thought that it was all about the fastest guys winning races. But no, it's a team game stupid.
Red Bull had their 13th one-two finish here in Sepang with Sebastian Vettel edging ahead of a very competitive Mark Webber for his 27th Formula One victory, matching Jackie Stewart.