Sebastian Vettel is the Champion
German superstar Sebastian Vettel has becomen a world champion in Formula1 racing. Its the eight title for Germany and the first addition for Michael Schumacher’s seven titles.
Before the season’s culmination in Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina circut, Vettel was 15 points behind of Ferrari driver Fernando alonso and 7 points behind of Australian Mark Webber. It meant that if Vettel wanted to take the title, he had to be first and Alonso at least on 5th position.
After the qualifying, Alonso started from the third place, but already after the first corner of the race, British 2009 world champion Button, passed him and got a nice third place, his teammate Lewis Hamilton was second. Alonso was driving on quite secure fourth position until one of the title contenders Webber made his first stop. In a fear to lose his position after the pitstop to Australian, Alonso came in pit to change his tyres. He retained his position ahead of Webber, but was now far away from the leaders and slower cars ahead of him didn’t let him to drive faster. Rosberg and Petrov who had made a stop after Schumacher’s crash at the beginning of the race, didn’t come in for the second time and Alonso took a poor 7th position in the end.
After crossing the line, the youngest world champion of all time in Formula 1, bursted into tears and thanked his team for all the job they had done. His team, Red Bull, had also taken the teams’ tilte and it was a jackbot for the Austrian squad.
Michael Schumacher felt satisfaction over his colleague’s victory and told that all the people can see those two champions driving at the Race of Champions in Düsseldorf, what will take place from 27th to 28th of November. Germans are trying to win the national title for the fourth time in a row. Let’s see what happens.