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GP Week : Issue 65
F1 SINGAPORE >> HE may have had his shot at victory thwarted by a drive- through penalty at the Singapore Grand Prix, but Sebastian Vettel has said that he will not give up on his championship aspirations until it is mathematically impossible for him to challenge Jenson Button. The duo are split by 25 points with 30 left to play for, and the German has said he will be on maximum attack until the end of the year. "We will do the same as this race," he told journalists after the race. "We will try to attack at the maximum and try to win. I think we were quite close today and definitely had a chance. It would have been difficult of course to pass Lewis because on the straights with the KERS it's not really exciting when you are behind, so we will keep pushing and try to win races. "There is always a chance. We will try to push as hard as we can, try to win races or at least finish second. We want to do the best we can and then we'll see what happens." Vettel questioned his drive-through penalty, explaining that he could not see a reason why he had gone above the pi-tlane speed limit during his first stop. "I was very surprised when I got the call for a drive through for speeding in the pit-lane. From my point of view I wasn't in a rush and therefore can't really explain why I got caught. I'll have to check if it's maybe an electronic issue, but it was working before and afterwards so it is difficult to say." Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner agreed that the championship was still a possibility, but admitted that it would be tough. "Theoretically we've got to win every race with [Brawn] DNFing or Jenson DNFing at most of them. In reality it's a mountain to climb but mathematically there's still a chance, and while there's still a chance we're just going to attack each of the remaining three race weekends and try and win all three. "We had great pace here this weekend on a track that theoretically shouldn't have suited the car that well and both drivers had very, very strong pace. "This championship has had so many ups and downs at the moment so who knows? I wouldn't write off Sebastian just yet." Vettel will keep pushing 27