Record-breaking Sebastian Vettel - The German has been rewriting the F1 history books
A look at some of the records set by the 26-year-old
By William Esler. Last Updated: 27/10/13 2:31pm
After securing a fourth consecutive title at the Indian GP last weekend, we look at the records Sebastian Vettel has set.
Only driver to win first three titles in succession.
Only driver to win first four titles in succession.
Youngest pole sitter - 21 years, 72 days - 2008 Italian GP.
Youngest race winner - 21 years, 73 days - 2008 Italian GP.
The youngest driver to ever win a race
Youngest driver to be on the podium - 21 years, 73 days - 2008 Italian GP.
Youngest driver to top a grand prix session - 19 years, 53 days - 2006 Turkish Grand Prix Practice Two.
Most front row starts in a season - 18 from 19 races in 2011.
Youngest driver to score a point - 19 years, 349 days - 2007 United States GP.
The youngest driver to score a point in F1
Youngest driver to lead a race - 20 years, 89 days - 2007 Japanese GP.
Most wins from pole in a season - Nine in 2011. Joint top with Nigel Mansell.
Youngest pole and win - 21 years, 73 days - 2008 Italian GP.
Youngest pole, win and fastest lap - 21 years, 353 days - 2009 British GP.
Youngest pole, win, fastest lap and led every lap - 24 years, 119 days - 2011 Indian GP.
Youngest World Champion - 23 years, 134 days - 2010.
Youngest double World Champion - 24 years, 98 days - 2011.
Youngest triple World Champion - 25 years, 145 days - 2012.
The youngest triple World Champion
Championship leader for most races in a season - 19 races - 2011.
Youngest race winner for two different teams - 21 years, 287 days - 2008 Italian GP for Toro Rosso and 2009 Chinese GP for Red Bull.
Youngest winner of same grand prix on two occasions - 23 years, 98 days - 2009 and 2010 Japanese GPs.
Most consecutive top two results in qualifying and the race - 11 - 2010 Brazilian GP-2011 British GP.
Most pole positions at different GPs - 20 - joint top with Alain Prost.
Most laps led in a season - 739 laps - 2011.
Youngest driver to drive on a GP weekend - 19 years, 53 days - 2006 Turkish Grand Prix.
Shortest time as an F1 driver before earning a penalty - Six seconds - speeding in pit-lane during practice for 2006 Turkish GP.
Vettel picked up a penalty for speeding in the pit-lane in Turkey