Sebastian Vettel's form is so imperious that Lewis Hamilton is "willing to put money" on the German equalling one of F1's all-time great records.
The Red Bull driver came from second on the grid to win Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix - his fifth consecutive victory and ninth of the 2013 season - and all but wrap up a fourth Championship in a row.
Vettel's run of form has been so good that you wouldn't put it past him to win the remaining four races of the season, and if he pulls it off he will equal Alberto Ascari's 60-year-old record of nine wins in a row, which the Ferrari driver set across the 1952-53 seasons
Four more wins will also help him to tie compatriot Michael...
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