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Topic - Formula One Championship
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel claimed his fourth straight Formula One championship Sunday after turning in a trademark clinical performance to win the Indian Grand Prix.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton got the better of runaway Formula One championship leader Sebastian Vettel by setting the fastest time in Friday's practice for the Korean Grand Prix.
It is more a question of when, rather than if, Sebastian Vettel will win a fourth straight Formula One championship.
The pressure will be on tire manufacturer Pirelli, similar to those trying to catch Formula One leader Sebastian Vettel at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix.
Formula One championship leader Sebastian Vettel was the fastest on the final day of a special in-season testing session with new tires.