Sebastian Vettel was overwhelmed as he joined F1's greats of Schumacher, Prost and Fangio in winning his fourth World title in India.
The Red Bull racer fought back from an early pit stop to claim his third Indian Grand Prix victory, coming from 17th to win by almost half a minute of Nico Rosberg.
It was an impressive display of racing and put to rest questions about Vettel's ability to overtake.
The triumph, his fourth on the trot, saw him join Michael Schumacher and Juan Manuel Fangio as only the third driver to have achieved that feat. He also became only the fourth driver to have even won four as Alain Prost is also on that list.
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