Sebastian Vettel overcame an early pit stop to take a dominant victory in the Indian Grand Prix, to seal his fourth consecutive World Championship with three races to spare.
It was a bittersweet day for the Infiniti Red Bull Racing team, however. After looking like taking a one-two finish, Mark Webber was forced to retire with alternator failure. Despite this, Red Bull still did enough to take their fourth constructors’ championship in as many years.
As expected though, Vettel’s victory certainly wasn’t as straight forward as in recent races. The German made a good start, with the real man on the move being Felipe Massa, who jumped from fifth place on the grid to second. Behind were...
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