Sebastian Vettel has become the youngest driver ever to win the Formula 1 world championship.
At 23 years and 134 days old he has broken the record set by Lewis Hamilton in 2008, who won the title aged 23 years, 301 days.
This record has now been broken three times in the last six years – Fernando Alonso the first to break it in 2005.
F1 world champions by country
Vettel is only the second German driver to win the world championship, joining Michael Schumacher, who last won the world championship in 2004.
|1||Britain||14||Mike Hawthorn, Graham Hill (2), Jim Clark (2), John Surtees, Jackie Stewart (3), James Hunt, Nigel Mansell, Damon Hill, Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button|
|2||Brazil||8||Emerson Fittipaldi (2), Nelson Piquet (3), Ayrton Senna (3)|
|2||Germany||8||Michael Schumacher (7), Sebastian Vettel|
|4||Argentina||5||Juan Manuel Fangio|
|5||Australia||4||Jack Brabham (3), Alan Jones|
|5||Austria||4||Jochen Rindt, Niki Lauda (3)|
|5||Finland||4||Keke Rosberg, Mika Hakkinen (2), Kimi R?â?ńikk?â?Ânen|
|9||Italy||3||Giuseppi Farina, Alberto Ascari (2)|
|10||United States||2||Phil Hill, Mario Andretti|
|12||New Zealand||1||Denny Hulme|
|12||South Africa||1||Jody Scheckter|
2010 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
- 2010 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: the complete F1 Fanatic race weekend review
- Drivers’ and teams’ end-of-season photographs
- Alonso’s role in Ferrari strategy revealed in pit messages
- Hamilton: McLaren learned a lot in 2010
- Button vows to address qualifying weakness
- Vettel ends season on a high to snatch title
- Ferrari hit back at criticism of race strategy
- McLaren rediscover their form at final race
- New engines help Renault to best result of 2010
- Schumacher not blaming Rosberg for crash