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It’s taken 17 years to achieve Formula 1 domination but the folks in Milton Keynes have finally achieved that position having secured their 4th consecutive World Constructor’s and World Driver’s championships this weekend at the Indian Grand Prix. While the 2013 season had its moments of boos and jeers, the team kept its head down and produced an incredible car piloted by an incredible driver. Every driver who aspires to reach Formula 1 wants exactly what Sebastian Vettel has—super skills coupled with a car designed to win and a team committed to spending the money it takes to achieve success. The endless debate of whether it’s the Adrian Newey-designed car or Vettel’s talent that has secured such record-breaking performances is ongoing but F1 requires both to win titles. It does not require both to do pretty well in F1. Vettel winning from Pole Position requires Sebastian to actually secure Pole Position and that eludes the best of drivers including his teammate, Mark Webber. Red B...
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