Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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Sebastian Vettel won his fourth straight world championship last week. Source: AFP/theaustralian.com.au
Having secured the 2013 world title with his victory in India last weekend, Sebastian Vettel  will be looking for a seventh consecutive race victory when he lines up at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday night (AEST). The 24 year-old German has dominated Formula One this season, winning ten of the sixteen races that have been contested in 2013 and will be confident of faring well this weekend given his good record at the Yas Marina Circuit. Although he was forced to retire during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in 2011, he finished third here last year and won the race in 2009 and 2010.

Now the youngest man ever to win four straight driver’s championships, Vettel has his eye on more records before the end of the season. With three races left in the current campaign, Vettel can equal Schumacher’s record of 13 wins in a year if he wins at the Abu Dhabi, United States and Brazil Grands Prix, while he would also become the only driver to score nine consecutive victories in a season.

Romain Grosjean  is yet to win at Formula One race but has finished on the podium  in each of the past three races and will look to break the drought in Abu Dhabi, while Lewis Hamilton  and Kimi Räikkönen  can both have fond memories of the Yas Marina Circuit having won here in the past two years.

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