Horner hails Vettel and Red Bull

By on Sunday, October 27, 2013
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Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has hailed Sebastian Vettel after he clinched his fourth successive world title at the Indian Grand Prix.

Vettel secured his 10th win of 2013 to claim his fourth world championship after just 117 races in Formula 1.

"To achieve four double World Championships is the culmination of an enormous amount of dedication and commitment from the whole team, he said.

"For Sebastian to have joined the illustrious names of [Juan Manuel] Fangio, [Alain] Prost and [Michael] Schumacher is an incredible achievement, especially at such a young age and it’s a privilege to work with him."

"It’s an enormous day for the Team to have won its fourth consecutive Constructors’ World Championship. Without the dedication and determination of all the staff from all of the departments throughout the company and from all of our Partners and the backing of Dietrich Mateschitz and support of Red Bull, none of this would be possible."

"There’s going to be an awfully lot of happy people in Milton Keynes and Salzburg this evening. We’ve got three races to go and we’re just going to go for it."

"I think it’s going to take quite a few days for this success to sink in and it’s important for the Team to enjoy the moment – we will be pushing all the way to the chequered flag in Brazil."

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