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If you missed watching the Indian GP on Sunday then you missed out on a little piece of history, as Sebastian Vettel became the youngest driver to win four back-to-back world titles.
We all knew it was coming - if not this week, then surely at Abu Dhabi - but that doesn't make Sebastian Vettel's achievement any less special. By winning the race in India on Sunday, he's clinched his fourth world championship title.

That puts him on an even footing with Alain Prost, who also won four titles. But the Frenchman didn't win his back-to-back, whereas Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher both did as they secured a total of five and seven titles respectively in the course of their careers. Whichever way you slice it, when you're talking about adding to names and records like that then you really are talking about a slice of history they'll be referring to for decades to come.

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Even if you were watching live, you might have have missed some of the post-race developments - Vettel's inevitable reprimand from the killjoy race stewards for his celebratory burnout for example, or the fall-out at Lotus from Kimi Raikkonen's in-race defiance. We've got all that too, just as we'll keep on bringing you the breaking news as attention turns to this weekend's race at Abu Dhabi.

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Charles Pic (FRA) Lotus F1 E22 Third Driver leaves the pits running new 18 inch Pirelli tyres and rims.
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Charles Pic (FRA) Lotus F1 E22 Third Driver leaves the pits running new 18 inch Pirelli tyres and rims.
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Kevin Magnussen (DEN) McLaren MP4-29.
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