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After an anticlimactic finish to the season on Sunday, David Tremayne outlines his plan to boost flagging interest in the sport
Webber was presented with a Brazilian flag signed by all 21 of the other drivers on the grid by F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone following his final race for Red Bull
German equals Ascari’s record then lets departing team-mate take the honours on the podium in Brazil
Nobody, apart from Mark Webber, has really been able to unsettle Sebastian Vettel in the past eight races, but in Interlagos the weather gods gave it their best try as the final session of qualifying was delayed by torrential rain. Vettel, however, remained their favoured one as he took his 45th pole position comfortably.
The Red Bull driver is on the verge of his fourth consecutive world championship
Vettel won his fifth race in a row in the Japanese Grand Prix to all but confirm his fourth consecutive drivers' title
Australian remembers the Malaysian Grand Prix when Vettel defied team orders to pass Webber to claim victory, with the Red Bull duo lining up together in the front row for tomorrow's race
On a day when the imminence of Sebastian Vettel’s fourth consecutive World Championship paled into insignificance in the face of Maria de Villota’s human story, the German once again took control of events on the racetrack.
Manufacturer insist they are simply providing what was asked of them
The German driver looks set for a fourth world title in a row after victory in the Korean Grand Prix
German secures victory but team-mate Webber's car goes up in flames
Is it that damned crooked finger with which Sebastian Vettel always signifies yet another victory or pole position? Is it team boss Christian Horner's banal and monotonous message: "Fantastic, Seb, you've just won the Whatever Grand Prix"? Or is it perhaps what Vettel did so ruthlessly to team-mate Mark Webber in Malaysia?
Vettel won by over half a minute to claim his fourth win in five races and edge him closer to title number four
The Ferrari driver finished behind his Red Bull rival in Singapore
The German won in Singapore to extend his lead in the standings
Vettel sits 60 points ahead of Fernando Alonso who along with Mark Webber was handed a reprimand which sees the Aussie given a 10-place grid penalty in Korea