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Sebastian Vettel wants to make it four F1 titles in a row

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Sebastian Vettel wants to make it four F1 titles in a row

  • Sebastian Vettel won his third title in a row earlier this year
  • He claims that he is as motivated as ever to win a fourth title
  • Sebastian is currently savouring everything that comes with winning a world championship
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You could not blame Sebastian Vettel for losing some of the his drive and ambition, after winning the Formula One World Champioship for the past three years, but he insists that that is not the case. Sebastian says he is as ambitious as ever and will give it his all, in a bid to make it four F1 titles in a row.
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While talking to BBC Sport, Vettel explained, “I want us to be as successful in 2013 as we have been this year and the previous two years. Personally, I have never had to simulate motivation - that is part of my nature.”
 
He added, “Right now it is nice to savour the title win and everything that goes with it, but what stays in your memory much more than anything else are the steps that got you there: the nervousness on the grid at the first race, the stress when it didn't work out as planned, the podiums - all these moments stay in your head forever.”
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Sebastian Vettel is well on course to becoming one of the greatest Formula One drivers that ever lived and people are already comparing him with the great Michael Schumacher and the legendary Ayrton Senna.
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