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Topic - Jackie Stewart
Sebastian Vettel has dominated Formula One in a fashion unseen since Michael Schumacher's heyday, and perhaps ever.
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"I think there is no doubt that it could get boring if we're not careful in the same way as when Ferrari and Schumacher were as dominant as Red Bull and Vettel," former three-time Formula One champion Jackie Stewart said last week before Vettel claimed his eighth consecutive victory at the U.S. Grand Prix in Texas.
"There's no doubt that he will go down in the history of the sport as the most creative designer. He has provided a vehicle for Vettel, if you like, to have the unfair advantage which we all look to have," Stewart said.