Vettel: World domination?... I have no moustache

© F1 Pulse, 4 February 2013
Sebastian Vettel is seen wearing a false moustache as he celebrates breaking Nigel Mansells record after securing pole position for the 15th time during the 2011 season following qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix © Mark Thompson/Getty Images/Red Bull Racing

Sebastian Vettel’s ambitions in Formula 1 are from casting an evil reign on the sport.

The Red Bull driver has won three championships in a row and after the team unveiled its car on Sunday, the RB9 is now the latest challenger which could propel the 25-year-old to a fourth successive title.

"World domination? I'm German, but I didn't say that," Vettel quipped.

"I have no moustache," he smiled making a reference to Adolf Hitler.

The German had a quiet winter preferring to relax following his latest conquest at the season-finale last year in what was the longest calendar in Formula 1 history.

"I was mostly at home... It was important for me to just enjoy home and the things that are waiting there. Some DIY (do it yourself) and stuff you had no time during the season to fix," he said.

"I enjoyed being in my own bed, doing my own breakfast rather than sleeping in an hotel and having the buffet," he continued. "You always want what you don't have so usually when we are travelling a lot and sleeping in hotels you are really looking forward to coming back and sleeping in your own bed."

Vettel is yet to name his new car saying it will take time as "first we need to get to know each other".


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