Posted October 30, 2013 on
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World champion Sebastian Vettel is so dominant in Formula One that few will bet against him winning a seventh straight race and 11th this year at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix this weekend.
Vettel clinched his fourth straight world title at the Indian GP last weekend to enhance his standing as one of the F1 greats.
The German has won an incredible 10 of 16 races so far, and has shaded second-placed Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso almost to irrelevancy with just three races left.
But that won't quell Vettel's desire for more success.
His consistency has been such that he has secured either pole position or second place on the grid in the past eight races, and only once has qualified lower than third all season - a ninth at the Chinese GP in April.
That rare setback is a distant memory and, given his phenomenal consistency in qualifying and on race day, there appears little to stop Vettel from with another win at the Yas Marina circuit, where he clinched his first world title i...
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Two days after Sebastian Vettel's fourth title triumph, the Formula One spotlight shifted to London's High Court on Tuesday with the latest case that places Bernie Ecclestone's future in doubt.
The longtime commercial head of F1 is already under investigation in Germany over an alleged payment of $44 million relating to the sale of the motorsport series in 2006.
Two days after Sebastian Vettel won his fourth Formula One title, the spotlight shifted to London's High Court and the latest case that leaves Bernie Ecclestone's future in doubt.
The longtime commercial head of F1 is already under investigation in Germany over an alleged payment of $44 million relating to the sale of the racing series in 2006.
A German court won't...
Mark Webber beat Red Bull teammate Sebastian Vettel's time at the end of qualifying Saturday to take pole position for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
The veteran Australian is competing in his final season in Formula One and still looking for his first win of 2013. He aims to end Vettel's run of six straight race wins on Sunday.
Vettel, who has already clinched his fourth straight...
The modern Yas Marina circuit welcomes Formula 1 for the 17th round of the 2013 season this weekend.
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix made its debut in 2009 with its unique 55 lap race. Drivers line up on the grid as the sun sets and take the chequered flag under starry skies. As F1’s only day to night race, floodlights are used to create a seamless transition.
Cars pass the glamorous...