The Watch Hut: - Casio Watches Fan Sebastian Vettel Takes the Formula One Championship with Four Races Remaining

October 15, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News
F1 Driver and fan of the Casio Watches Edifice range Sebastian Vettel has become the youngest Formula One driver to win two consecutive world championships.

The victory now means that Germany takes the second place on the list of nations whose drivers have won the most F1 drivers titles, a record beaten by only the UK.

24 year old Sebastian Vettel retained his championship by finishing in third place at the Japanese GP in Suzuka on Sunday Four races before the end of the season.

Only Michael Schumacher in 2002 and Nigel Mansell in 1992 clinched the championship with more than four races remaining.

The battle for second place however continues to intensify with Jenson Button earning his third win of the season for in his McLaren-Mercedes. Button earned his third win of the season thanks to excellent tyre conservation and race pace.Amongst currently competing drivers, no one else has won as many races from non-pole position starts.

In a recent interview, the driver stated that he believes the cornering on high-speed tracks has improved on his car as the season has progressed, and following races the performance in Japan and Belgium, the team are now in a position to challenge the two season long dominance of Red Bull.

Vettel, who currently wears a timepiece from the Casio Watches Edifice line will continue to compete in the remaining races of the season, including the next race in Korea. The relatively new circuit is likely to be a major test of the champion's endurance, as tyre supplier Pirelli will be offering soft and super soft tyres at the rain-prone venue. It is expected to increase the amount of pit stops needed by the World Championship winning fan of the Casio Watches Edifice range.

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