Sebastian Vettel wins 4th straight F1 world title

Sebastian Vettel wins fourth straight F1 world title

Sebastian Vettel, almost inevitably, won his fourth straight Formula One world championship here in Delhi and, as if to banish his few remaining doubters, he did so with one of the most devastating drives of his career.

It was Vettel’s 10th win of the season and his sixth in as many races. He joins only three other drivers as quadruple winners but, at 26, he is significantly younger than Michael Schumacher (32), Alain Prost (38) and Juan Manuel Fangio (45) were when they achieved the feat. Only Vettel, Schumacher and and Fangio have won four championships in successive seasons. Via Sebastian Vettel wins fourth straight F1 world title

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2 Responses to Sebastian Vettel wins 4th straight F1 world title

  1. Naan Glozi says:

    If you haven’t already watched it, try and watch the Murray Walker interview for his 90th birthday on catch up. I think he expects Vettle to be the greatest of all drivers of all time. And it’s happening now, in real time. Watch on with interest, it’s history in the making. Deskarati really hits the spot!

    • Deskarati says:

      That’s the second time in a week that this clip has been recommended to me, must try and find it soon. Cheers Naan

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