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Vettel

(German ˈfɛtəl)
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(Biography) Sebastian (zeˈbastjan). born 1987, German motor racing driver: won four consecutive Formula One world championships (2010–2013)
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FORMULA ONE SEBASTIAN VETTEL has vowed to end Ferrari's decade-long championship drought by beating Lewis Hamilton to the Formula One world title.
He is the first Brit to win the crown four times, joining Alain Prost and Sebastian Vettel on the same number behind Juan Manuel Fangio (five) and Michael Schumacher (seven).
Summary: Maranello [Italy], August 27 (ANI): World Championship leader Sebastian Vettel has signed a three-year contract extension with Ferrari, ending months of speculation about his future.
FURIOUS Lewis Hamilton branded Sebastian Vettel a "disgrace" and challenged him to settle their argument "out of the car" as the Formula One title race turned ugly.
SEBASTIAN Vettel was accused of deliberately driving into his title rival Lewis Hamilton as this year's Formula One championship burst into life during a dramatic Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Hamilton's chief rival Sebastian Vettel is now the sole leader of a championship which has all the ingredients of becoming a classic after claiming his second win from the opening three rounds.
Le pilote allemand de Formule 1 Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), parti en pole position, a remporte le Grand Prix de Chine, 3e etape du championnat du Monde, dimanche a Shanghai, devant l'Allemand Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) et le Russe Daniil Kvyat (Red Bull).
Michael Schumacher also holds the record for most race wins (91) and shares first place with Sebastian Vettel for most wins in a season (13)
SEBASTIAN Vettel believes he can make the "impossible possible" as he bids to stop Lewis Hamilton from winning a third Formula One world championship.
Sebastian Vettel flirts with the barriers during practice
DHL, the world's leading logistics group, honored Sebastian Vettel with this year s DHL Fastest Lap Award during a special ceremony at the final Grand Prix of 2013; the FORMULA 1 GRANDE PREMIO PETROBRAS DO BRASIL 2013 on November 24.
SEBASTIAN VETTEL made Formula One history by chalking up an eighth successive victory in a single season after taking the chequered flag at the United States Grand Prix.