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Who would have won the ‘FIA pole award’ 1950-2013 29th November 2013, 12:33
The FIA has proposed giving a special award to the driver who sets the most pole positions during a grand prix season. Here’s who would have won it previously.
Vettel matches Ascari and Schumacher with ninth win 25th November 2013, 17:01
Sebastian Vettel equalled Alberto Ascari’s record of winning nine race in a row and matched Michael Schumacher’s feat of winning 13 races in a season.
Vettel breaks 60-year-old record with eighth win 18th November 2013, 11:36
Sebastian Vettel became the first driver in Formula One history to win eight consecutive rounds of the world championship.
Ferrari and Chilton break records in Abu Dhabi 4th November 2013, 10:33
Two records were broken in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – and neither of them were taken by Red Bull or Sebastian Vettel.
Sixth win in a row gives Vettel fourth title at age 26 28th October 2013, 11:15
Sebastian Vettel is one of F1′s longest winning streaks with four titles and six race wins in a row. Also, Ferrari matched McLaren’s points record.
Vettel’s five in a row as Alonso breaks points record 14th October 2013, 10:46
Fernando Alonso is now F1′s all-time highest points scorer and Sebastian Vettel joined an elite group of drivers to win five races in a row.
Vettel helps Renault equal Ferrari poles record 7th October 2013, 9:30
Sebastian Vettel replicated his Singapore ‘grand slam’ in Korea and produced the 208th pole position for a Renault engine.
Vettel has more wins than Alonso after ‘grand slam’ 23rd September 2013, 11:53
Sebastian Vettel’s 33rd victory means he has now won more races than anyone else on the grid. It was also his third ‘grand slam’.
Red Bull’s 40th win puts Vettel level with Alonso 9th September 2013, 11:15
Sebastian Vettel equalled Fernando Alonso’s tally of wins while giving Red Bull their 40th victory and Germany its 300th podium appearance.
Vettel set to surpass Alonso as most successful active driver 26th August 2013, 10:41
Sebastian Vettel’s 31st career win in the Belgian Grand Prix means he has just one fewer than Fernando Alonso – the most successful active F1 driver.