Sebastian Vettel has grabbed hold of the 2012 F1 championship in its closing stages and will simply not let go. Winning the Indian GP at Buddh International Circuit from yet another pole position, Vettel dominated to his 4th consecutive win. The German equalled the legendary Ayrton Senna’s record of leading every lap of a race for three straight Grands Prix, set for McLaren in 1989. And Vettel won in India for the second straight year after also crushing the field there in 2011.
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