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Why Sebastian Vettel Will Be the Driver to Watch at the 2015 Italian Grand Prix

Even Il Grande John couldn't keep them quiet. John Surtees waved both horizontally and vertically, spoke a few words of Italian and, after realising he was fighting a losing battle, kept a dignified silence, giving them all the time they needed to get the poison out of their collective system.  But the good intentions of Formula One's perfect gentleman only served to worsen the situation. Sebastian Vettel had just claimed his sixth victory of the 2013 season in the Italian Grand Prix, effectively placing one hand on his fourth consecutive title.  As he stood on the podium at Monza, the scene of his very first F1 victory five years earlier, here was a chance for him to reflect on the peak of his career and how far he'd come since ...

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