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Vettel: “I wanted to say so many things, but I can’t!”

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24777692.cmsRed Bull driver Sebastian Vettel drove an impeccable race to win his third straight Indian Grand Prix and become the undisputed Formula 1 drivers’ champion.

Vettel says he is speechless, the 26 year old German seal a fourth consecutive world title by completely dominating Indian Grand Prix.

The Red Bull speedy now equal with Alain Prost on the all-time champions’ list. Only Michael Schumacher (Seven-times) and Juan Manuel Fangio(Five-times) have claimed more titles than Vettel.

“I am speechless. I took ages to think about something and I wanted to say so many things, but I can’t!” Vettel explained.

“The spirit inside the team is so strong, and it gives me so much power. It’s a pleasure to jump in the car and go out for the cars.
“The car has been phenomenal all season. I couldn’t ask for more. [Joining] people like Prost, [Juan Manuel] Fangio and Michael [Schumacher], it’s just unbelievable.”

“There were so many people in the grandstand so I had to do it,” said Vettel. “The season was a difficult one, and very difficult to receive boos even though you hadn’t done anything wrong. To bounce back and receive acceptance, I’m very proud.”

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