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Sebastian Vettel at 27: Analysing German Driver’s Standing in Formula 1 History

Sebastian Vettel isn't having the best of years. His mighty Red Bull team have been relegated to the ranks of the also-rans by a frail, underpowered Renault engine, and Vettel himself is struggling to get to grips with the new breed of cars. Making matters worse is the progress of his new team-mate, Daniel Ricciardo. The Australian was largely unrated before the start of the year. Quick over a single lap but somewhat inconsistent in the races, Ricciardo had never finished higher than seventh. Most of us thought he'd be good, but not good enough. He'd be quick, but not a patch on Vettel—a new Mark Webber, albeit a more jolly, happy version. We were wrong. Ricciardo has won a race, started on the front row and, by and large, put his ill...

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