Sebastian Vettel has won an unprecedented ninth Grand Prix at the final round of the season as Australia’s Mark Webber bows out of Formula One in style with second.
Sebastian Vettel has won a spectacular pole position in a soaking wet qualifying session in Brazil, while Mark Webber managed only fourth in the final Grand Prix of his career.
Sebastian Vettel has broken yet another record on the way to taking back the victory Lewis Hamilton snatched from him last year in Austin.
Red Bull has locked out the front row in a windy Austin as Vettel shoots for the record for most consecutive Grands Prix wins in history.
McLaren has confirmed Perez won’t be with the team next season, and Michael wonders why Romain Grosjean was given time to flourish at Lotus, but the younger Sergio Perez will walk from Woking after just one average season.
Sebastian Vettel has snatched the lead from a slow-starting Mark Webber to take his seventh consecutive victory of the season by a thrashing 30 seconds over his teammate.
Mark Webber has taken his second pole of the season and fourteenth of his career in Abu Dhabi, eclipsing Sir Jack Brabham’s Australian pole record in the process.