FORMULA 1 - Sebastian Vettel won the final Grand Prix of the season, his 13th GP victory this year. He equalled the all-time record of Michael Schumacher. The two Germans are the only two drivers who have won 10+ races in a season.
FORMULA 1 - Sebastian Vettel has racked up 12 Grand Prix victories with one race remaining in 2013 and could equal the single season record set by Michael Schumacher. The two Germans are the only two drivers who have won 10+ races in a season.
FORMULA 1 - On Sunday, Sebastian Vettel will aim to win an unprecedented eighth consecutive Formula 1 Grand Prix. He currently shares the record with Alberto Ascari and Michael Schumacher.
FORMULA 1 - Sebastian Vettel has his fourth drivers’ championship title wrapped up already, and now the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix gives him a shot at equalling an all-time record for the most successive Grand Prix victories. The German has won six on the trot.
FORMULA 1 - Sebastian Vettel won the Formula One Grand Prix of India on Sunday, securing his fourth F1 drivers’ title, all in succession. He became the fourth driver win at least four F1 drivers’ titles and the third to win the championship in at least four successive seasons.
FORMULA 1 - Sebastian Vettel won the Grand Prix of Japan on Sunday, his fifth successive Grand Prix win, a feat he achieved for the first time. He became the sixth driver in F1 history to win at least five Grands Prix in a row and he also became the first to post such a streak since Michael Schumacher won seven in a row in 2004.
FORMULA 1 - Sebastian Vettel has amassed 247 of 325 available points in the 2013 Formula 1 season so far (76%), currently placing him in fifth place of drivers who have won the F1 championship with the highest percentage of available points in a season. Click on the read more button to see our Infographic.
FORMULA 1 - The 2013 Formula 1 season will continue with five successive Grands Prix in Asia. Our special correspondent Rajan Thambehalli has researched how this might affect the title race between Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso.
FORMULA 1 - Sebastian Vettel triumphed in the 2013 Formula 1 Grand Prix of Italy, raising his career total of chequered flags to 32. That total is now equal to Fernando Alonso’s and is tied for most career race wins by an active driver. The drivers that the pair are chasing have all retired: Michael Schumacher (91), Alain Prost (51) and Ayrton Senna (41). The next five Grands Prix will take place in Asia, where Vettel has taken 17 of his 32 race wins.
FORMULA 1 - Sebastian Vettel won the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday, winning his first GP of the season. The German driver has now won a Grand Prix in six successive seasons, a feat nine other drivers have achieved. Later this season, Lewis Hamilton can win a GP in seven consecutive seasons. Vettel has now won 27 Grands Prix, equalling Jackie Stewart on sixth place on the all-time list.
FORMULA 1 - Sebastian Vettel has won his third Formula 1 drivers’ title at age 25, making him more than six years younger than the second youngest individual to achieve this, Ayrton Senna. The German joins only two other drivers, Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher, to win more than two drivers’ titles in a row.
FORMULA 1 - Sebastian Vettel is on the verge of winning a third career Formula 1 drivers’ title. The youngest individual to achieve that feat was Ayrton Senna who completed his treble at age 31 in 1991. Vettel will be 25 years and 145 days old this Sunday and could shatter that record by more than six years.
FORMULA 1 - Sebastian Vettel can decide the 2012 Formula 1 drivers’ title in the penultimate race of the season, the Grand Prix of the United States. If the German increases his lead in the standings to at least 25 points over his only remaining challenger, Fernando Alonso, Vettel will become only the third driver in F1 history to win at least three drivers’ titles in a row.