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At the young age of 26, Sebastian Vettel has broken many records in Formula 1 and what's fascinating is that he stands to break a lot more in years to come.
Here are some of the milestones he has achieved in his career so far...
- Youngest ever four-time world champion
- Youngest ever three-time world champion
- Youngest ever double world champion
- Youngest ever to win successive titles
- Youngest ever world champion
- Youngest ever to finish runner-up in a championship
- Youngest ever to win a race with two different teams
- Youngest ever to register a Grand Slam
- Youngest ever to win a race
- Youngest ever to get 50 podiums in F1
- Youngest ever to claim pole position
- Youngest ever to lead a Grand Prix
- Youngest ever to score a point
- Youngest ever to take part in a practice session
- Only driver to have won a title without winning a race in Europe (in 2012)
- Scored the most number of points in a season (392 in 2011)
- Stepped on the podium a record 17 times in a season (in 2011)
- Led 739 laps in 2011, the most by any driver in a season
- He has the most number wins from pole position in a season (9)
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