The youngest double world champion Sebastian Vettel turns 25 today. The German speedy made many records with Formula 1 in his youngest life.
Vettel won two world championships in Formula 1 2010 and 2011, 33 poles and 22 Grand Prix wins. In his first year driving for Red Bull in 2009, Vettel finished the season as the youngest-ever World Drivers’ championship runner-up. He also secured Red Bull’s first pole position and race win in the team’s history.
The following year he went on to become the youngest driver ever to win the World Drivers’ Championship. In the same year he helped Red Bull win the team’s first World Constructors’ Championship. He followed up his first championship with a second in 2011, becoming the youngest double as well as youngest consecutive champion.
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