Don't blame Vettel for dominating

Don't blame Vettel for dominating

With Sebastian Vettel closing on a fourth consecutive world championship, EDD STRAW believes his critics should turn on Red Bull's rivals

It's not a foregone conclusion that Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull will take their fourth consecutive world championship double this year. But after victory in the Belgian Grand Prix, it's very probable.

The Vettel/Red Bull alliance is a force of nature. Since catapulting to the front of the Formula 1 grid amid the major rule change of 2009, the German has won 30 races and three-and-a-half titles, with Mark Webber adding a further nine first-place trophies to the burgeoning cabinet in Milton Keynes that now towers over the reception desk of the factory.

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