German Formula 1 driver Sebastian Vettel won the British Grand Prix in Silverstone twice in 2011 and 2009. In the beginning of 2012, he won twice the World Championship title.
1987th was born on July 3, just days before the race in Silverstone, at the 2012 Formula One Grand Prix in Santander. How will this young F1 legend appear with British boys Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton and Paul di Resta on their home track?
Initially, his three-and-a-half year career in "miniature kart" home in Germany, Heppenheim, southwestern Germany. His father, Norbert, was keen on spending time and carpentry in commerce. Norbert and his wife, Heike and Sebastian's brothers, Fabian, Melanie and Stephanie could see their talents and become family contacts.  and 2011 British Grand Prix, 2010 and 2010 World Champion
Vettel is currently the World Champion and leads to Red Bull Racing. He has set up a number of age-related records, one of which is that he was the world's youngest champion in 2010. It also holds the record for most poles in a season.
In 2009, when Vettel won the Silverstone for the first time, "It's never easy to be a long race, you have to be constantly watching and keep your eyes open."
At Silverstone's 2011 Grand Prix, Vettel warned rivals that it is likely to dominate during the season. One British newspaper was a headline that said it was wrong for competitors.
However, let's not forget that at that time Vettel would have kept this top league position even if he did not have the following 3 races. It was a remarkable thing to be mature enough to have no complacency. The new Schumacher?
He has consistently compared Schumacher's German guy to his concentration, leadership style and behind the scenes with team engineers. There are many similarities, and although Schumacher was one of his childhood heroes, he could be considered the new Vettel. One interesting difference between drivers is that Vettel actually calls his car.
His car in 2012 is called Abbey, and since Vettel is a huge Beatles fan, he was sorry to find out after Abbey Road. When asked whether this was the Abbey corner at Silverstone, he said, "There is no one but a cool name."
At the start of the 2012 season, Vettel ran to Narain Karthikeyan after a crash, which led to 11th place. Karthikeyan was described as an idiot, and India returned the compliment when Vettel called the cry. However, Vettel is most familiar with the winning personality. He has an enthusiastic, youthful personality that sits comfortably in the cool steel center to win.
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