Sebastian Vettel became the youngest triple champion in Formula One history on Sunday when he finished sixth behind the victorious Jenson Button in a tumultuous Brazilian Grand Prix.
German Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel passes by debris from a car at the S of Senna turn during the Brazil's F1 GP at the Interlagos racetrack in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Vettel won the Formula One world championship for the third successive year on Sunday in a rain-lashed and incident-packed Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos.
The 25-year-old German, who was involved in an opening lap collision with Williams' Bruno Senna, which sent him to the rear of the field, made light of the damage to his Red Bull car as he fought back in a dramatic race run in treacherous rain-swept conditions at the Interlagos circuit.
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