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Sebastian Vettel's made it eight Grand Prix wins in a row, the first time that's ever been done in a single F1 season. And he still has one more race to go in 2013 - can he make it nine? It would take a brave man to bet against it.

Vettel was certainly in imperious form again this weekend, leading all but two laps of the penultimate race of the year. No one came near, it's fair to day, but further back there was some tight, fascinating racing going with Mark Webber pulling off a lovely pass on Lewis Hamilton to partially recover from a poor start, but finding Romain Grosjean impossible to get around despite the Australian applying sustained pressure.

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Fernando Alonso did enough to clinch the runners-up position in the world championship, small consolation though that will be to the Spaniard who has admitted to headaches, back pain and simply feeling rundown after off-roading it two weeks ago at Abu Dhabi, and there's only a few days to go before we roll straight into Sao Paulo for the Brazilian Grand Prix, the final race of the year.

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