Webber: Vettel’s title is very, very special he done it three times in a row

Triple times youngest world champion Sebastian Vettel’s team-mate Mark Webber says that, Vettel’s world title is very, very special to do it three times in a row.

In the incident pack race at Brazil, the Australian start from the third on the grid alongside with team-mate Sebastian Vettel. Rain and Safety car interrupted in the race, all drivers face lots of gamble and finally Webber finished with fourth place.

“He’s in a club on his own now, very, very special to do it three times in a row. Webber said about his team-mate Sebastian Vettel.

“Last year was a little more straightforward, this year was a bit more difficult, as was 2010. Three in a row is going some, for sure. So I congratulate him, it’s a great effort.”

“I was up nice and high and I was trying to get back into it but I was on the white line and I had absolutely no grip,” said Webber, who had previously fallen down the order in a collision with Kamui Kobayashi. I tried to go wide and stay away from Sebastian.”

“It was quite a tricky race for Seb and I, The temperature wasn’t super-easy for us to get into the car.” the Australian added. It didn’t disappoint in terms of drama, did it?”

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