Sebastian Vettel, the number 1.5 driver at Red Bull Renault, takes time from his busy schedule to show us F1 fans the quick way around the Monza circuit. This Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix is the 14th race on the 2010 calendar, and only five races remain after Monza.
Lewis Hamilton of McLaren Mercedes heads into Sunday’s race with 182 driver’s championship points and the lead in the title chase. Red Bull Renault’s Mark Webber has 179 points, trailing Hamilton by just three points. Webber’s rival and teammate Vettel sits in third place with 151 points, followed by Jenson Button of McLaren Mercedes (147) and Fernando Alonso of Ferrari (141) to round out the top five.
If Red Bull Renault can return to their early season form, both Webber and Vettel stand a reasonable shot at the title (assuming Vettel can learn patience behind the wheel). Hamilton has been fast ever since Turkey, despite a fourth place finish in Germnay and a DNF in Hungary. Button and Alonso remain the wild cards in the title chase, but it’s still up for grabs among the top five drivers.