F1 » Star of India Vettel crowned as champion


Sebastian Vettel has claimed his fourth consecutive world championship - and Red Bull clinched the team title as well - with a carefully executed strategy delivering an imperious win in India.

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frws

October 27, 2013 11:39 AM

I think I have finally conceded that Vettel is in a league of his own... A certain Mercedes driver will not come close to this until he stops chasing shirtslinger, celeb fame and fortune... take note.

BewickR1

October 27, 2013 11:44 AM

Congrats to Vet and Red Bull. Vet ISN'T in a league of his own. The car is!!!! 3 or 4 other drivers on the grid could do the same with that car, probably better. The car is the star...amazing machine, so far ahead of the other cars its not funny.

Webbertron

October 27, 2013 11:45 AM

Well now that Vettel is definitely the world champion, hopefully he will do what Schumacher did and let his team mate past to win a race. I loved the doughnuts at the end of the race, it was great to watch! Great job by Grosjean too. The only sad part was watching Webbers car fail again.

richard

October 27, 2013 11:52 AM

bewick. did you not notice that when webber and vettel were on the same tyres at the same time, vettel was still faster. why not give some credit where credit is due. vettel came from 19th to 2nd whilst running on the same as webber too. not too scruffy now, was it?

BewickR1

October 27, 2013 11:59 AM

Of course Richard, Vettel is better than Webber. I have given Vet and the team credit. Absolutely. My point is,Button won the Wc in a very dominant Brawn. His team mate didn't. If the Brawn stayed that dominant for the next 4 to 5 years like the Red Bull has then all these commentators would be lauding Button,saying he's the greatest ever etc etc. Vettel is one of the top drivers,but not even the best on this grid,let alone one of the greats of all time.

Webbertron

October 27, 2013 12:00 PM

I still can't believe there are people like Bewick who exist. You think after 4 championships they would start to realise that Vettel is the best driver in F1. Redbull are the best because they work the hardest, something the other teams better start doing if they want to win something.

Firestorm

October 27, 2013 12:03 PM

Congratulations Vettel! Great achievement! Damn Raikkonen, why did he in the penultimate lap and took the fastest lap from him...:)
Anyway I guess that Vettel won't mind it. He has better things to do at the moment. The celebrations are all for him. And for his amazing team, without each other they wouldn't be such succesful.

subra

October 27, 2013 12:10 PM

A job well done.great win .the only winner in India so far.he would have been happy to be cheered by the huge crowd .4 consecutive wins is not a joke .any one can say what they want.even if u have a good car only a good driver can keep it on the track.

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