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Indian GP 2013 wins Sebastian Vettel 4th consecutive F1 Drivers’ World Champion

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Sebastian_Vettel_2013_Indian_GP (7)In the bargain, what we got to see was a F1 car doing doughnuts. And then amidst the cheer, Vettel ran in any direction that seemed right, threw his gloves over to overjoyed fans, climbed barricades on both sides, waved, did a namste, and bowed to his Heidi. It is a sight that won’t be forgotten ever.

He was joined on podium by car designer Adrian Newey, to whom Vettel owes much of his success. And most amazingly, all of this was was part of much frenzy, fervour and cheer rather than the boos that have been directed in Vettel’s direction. Sportsmanship at the the podium was just as uplifting when Nico Rosberg and Romain Grosjean carried Vettel on their shoulder in his winning moment.

Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull reigned supreme once again for 3rd time on Indian soil. Red Bull driver, Sebastian Vettel of Germany gestured with a ‘Namaste’ to crowds at the Buddh International Circuit as he received his fourth straight title at the Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix on Sunday. Speaking to media at the Circuit, post his historic win, Vettel was overjoyed and emotional, and was ecstatic about his win in India, which holds a special place for him with him having taking all 3 poles and wins at BIC in these past 3 years.

Vettel, 26, now joins the ranks of Juan Manuel Fangio, Michael Schumacher, and Alain Prost to become the third driver in F1 to win four titles. He is also the youngest man to win four titles. He was congratulated by Christian Horner, Infiniti Red Bull Racing Team Principal, and Vettel took the opportunity to thank the team behind it all, who have been with him on this glorious 4 year journey.