Vettel’s incredible racing record

A happy Sebastian Vettel

In his Formula One career, SEBASTIAN VETTEL has achieved:
101 RACE STARTS (26 before Red Bull Racing, 75 with)
26 WINS
46 PODIUMS
36 POLES
15 FASTEST LAPS
1,054 POINTS
3 DRIVERS’ CHAMPIONSHIPS
RECORD: Most poles achieved by a driver in a season (2011)
RECORD: Most laps led by a driver in a season (2011)

Only two drivers have previously won three consecutive championships (neither won their first three consecutively)
Juan Manuel Fangio: ‘51, ‘54, ‘55, ‘56, ‘57
Michael Schumacher: ’94, ’95, ‘00, ’01, ’02, ’03, ’04

2012 Red Bull Racing – Formula One Driver
· 2012 Formula One World Champion
· Youngest ever triple Formula One World Champion
· Third driver in history to claim three consecutive Championships
· Winner Bahrain Grand Prix
· Winner Singapore Grand Prix
· Winner Japanese Grand Prix
· Winner Korean Grand Prix
· Winner Indian Grand Prix
· Five additional podium finishes
· Six fastest laps
· Six pole positions
· 281 points

2011 Red Bull Racing – Formula One Driver
· 2011 Formula One World Champion
· Youngest ever double Formula One World Champion
· RECORD: Most poles achieved by a driver in a season
· RECORD: Most laps led by a driver in a season
· Winner Australian Grand Prix
· Winner Malaysian Grand Prix
· Winner Turkish Grand Prix
· Winner Spanish Grand Prix
· Winner Monaco Grand Prix
· Winner European Grand Prix
· Winner Belgian Grand Prix
· Winner Italian Grand Prix
· Winner Singapore Grand Prix
· Winner Korean Grand Prix
· Winner Indian Grand Prix
· Six additional podium finishes
· Three fastest laps
· 15 pole positions
· Scored 392 points

2010: Red Bull Racing – Formula One Driver
· 2010 Formula One World Champion
· Youngest ever Formula One World Champion
· Winner Malaysian Grand Prix
· Winner European Grand Prix
· Winner Japanese Grand Prix
· Winner Brazilian Grand Prix
· Winner Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
· Five additional podium finishes
· Three fastest laps
· 10 pole positions
· Scored 256 points

2009: Red Bull Racing – Formula One Driver
· Second in FIA Drivers’ Championship
· Winner Chinese Grand Prix
· Winner British Grand Prix
· Winner Japanese Grand Prix
· Winner Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
· Four additional podium finishes
· Scored 84 points

2008: Scuderia Toro Rosso – Formula One Driver
· Winner Italian Grand Prix (youngest ever F1 winner)
· Pole position Italian Grand Prix (youngest ever F1 pole)
· Scored 35 points

2007: BMW and Scuderia Toro Rosso – Formula One Driver
· Competes in US Grand Prix for the BMW Sauber F1 Team
· Finishes eighth to score first point (youngest ever F1 point scorer)
· Hungarian Grand Prix – joins Scuderia Toro Rosso

2006: Formula 3 Euro and Formula One Test Driver (BMW Sauber)
· Second place Formula 3 Euro Series, three wins
· Formula One test with BMW Sauber F1 in Jerez
· Friday test and reserve driver for the BMW Sauber F1 Team from the Turkish Grand Prix onwards

2005: Formula 3 Euro
· Fifth place Formula 3 Euro Series
· Rookie champion, 6 podium places

2004: Formula BMW ADAC
· Winner Formula BMW ADAC Championship
· 18 wins from 20 races, 15 pole positions
· 16 fastest race laps

2003: Formula BMW ADAC
· Second place Formula BMW ADAC Championship
· Rookie champion

2002: Karting
· Sixth place European Championship ICA Senior

2001 Karting
· Winner European Junior Kart Championship
· Winner German Junior Kart Championship
· Winner Monaco Junior Kart Cup
· Winner Kart Paris-Bercy

From 1995
· Karting

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