For the fourth year running, Sebastian Vettel was officially crowned the F1 World Champion, collecting his trophy at the FIA's prize-giving gala in Paris.
The Red Bull driver dominated the second half of this year's Championship, winning every single grand prix since the summer break to set a new record for consecutive wins in one season when he amassed nine in a row.
In doing so, the 26-year-old clinched his fourth Drivers' Championship title and he did so with three races to spare.
"When I think of the times I've experienced with the team over the last few years, it's incredible," said Vettel, who was presented his trophy by FIA president Jean Todt.
"It's a pleasure to...
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