Sebastian Vettel

Team: Red Bull Racing
Nationality: German
Podiums: 38
Points: 858
GP entered: 89
World Championships: 2
Highest race finish: 1 (x22)
Highest grid position: 1 (x33)
Date of Birth: 03/07/1987
Place of Birth: Heppenheim

2012 Results

GP Grid Race Pts.
Australia 6 2 18
Malaysia 5 11 0
China 11 5 10
Bahrain 1 1 25
Spain 7 6 8
Monaco 9 4 12
Canada 1 4 12
Europe 1 Ret 0
Great Britain * * *

Career History

Totally dominates for Red Bull, becoming youngest double world champion in F1 history with four rounds to spare. Scores 11 wins and a record 15 pole positions.
Despite some driver errors and technical maladies – plus tense rivalry with
team mate Webber – his supreme pace brings 10 poles and five victories en
route to becoming the youngest champion in F1 history, coming from third in
standings to clinch title with win at final round in Abu Dhabi.
He continues to make the headlines for all the right reasons, Scoring Red Bull’s
maiden pole and win in China, before winning again at Silverstone and
Suzuka. A final victory at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix helps
him clinch second in the drivers’ championship.
His first full season of Formula One sees him become the sport’s youngest winner
with a stunning wet-weather victory at Monza. Finishes eighth overall
with 35 points and is rewarded with a switch from Toro Rosso to Red Bull’s
‘senior’ RBR team for 2009.
Becomes the sport’s youngest point scorer when he stands in for BMW’s Robert Kubica
at Indy, finishing eighth. Secures full-time Toro Rosso race seat from August’s Hungarian Grand Prix and earns the team their best result to date with fourth place in China.
Finishes Runner-up in Formula Three Euro Series after three race wins. Competes in three
World Series by Renault events, winning two. Named BMW Sauber’s Friday
test and reserve driver – five successful third-driver outings.
Finishes Fifth in the Formula 3 Euro Series, declared best rookie driver after
clinching five podiums. Enjoys first Formula One test with BMW Williams
at Jerez.
Crowned Formula BMW ADAC champion with incredible finishes on podium in all 20 races, taking 18 victories.
Claims second place in the Formula BMW ADAC championship after winning five of the 19 races.
Wins German and European Junior karting titles.
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