Here are those amazing records held by Sebastian Vettel
Sebastian Vettel is inarguably one of the greatest F1 drivers of all time. He is a four time world champion with a number of records to his name.
His rivalry with Lewis Hamilton is still active and their respective fans do compete against each other over the GOAT (greatest of all time) debate.
Records Held By Sebastian Vettel
Third most Grand Prix in F1
Sebastian Vettel is third on the list for most Grand Prix wins (52), falling behind Michael Schumacher (91) and Lewis Hamilton (81). He also has the joint-highest record for most GP wins in one season (13) alongside Schumacher.
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Most consecutive race wins
Vettel holds the record for most consecutive race wins in a F1 season (9) since he achieved this feat in 2013 with Red Bull. At the age of 21 years and 73 days, he became youngest driver to win a GP, wining the 2008 Italian Grand Prix.
Some notable records
- Fourth on the list for most pole positions (56).
- Most pole positions in a season (15).
- Youngest driver ever to get a pole position in 2008 at 21 years and 72 days.
- Fifth on the list for setting the most fastest laps (37).
- He also has the third most podium finishes (117).
A look at Vettel’s F1 career
Sebastian Vettel made his F1 debut in 2007 and joined Red Bull in 2009 after a partnership with Toro Rosso. The same year, he finished second in the standings behind champion Jenson Button. Vettel won four successive Championships as a representative of Red Bull. He signed a contract with Ferrari in 2015.
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The German legends is still the Youngest World Drivers’ Championship winner till date. He is second on the list for most career points (2,901).