Stats: Vettel and Webber match Senna and Prost

Stats: Vettel and Webber match Senna and Prost

How have Vettel and Webber drawn level with Senna and Prost? Which record is Vettel still chasing Ascari and Schumacher for? And how can Blundell sympathise with Perez? MICHELE MERLINO has all the stats

Sebastian Vettel might not have won the 2013 Formula 1 title in Japan, but he still had another record-breaking weekend, and this time his Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber joined in making history.

• For the first time in his career Vettel nailed five wins in a row. There are only three longer winning sequences in F1 history: seven races, recorded by Alberto Ascari (pictured above at Spa) in 1952-53 (Belgium to Argentina), Michael Schumacher in 2004 (Europe to Hungary) and six races, also recorded by Schumacher in 2000-01 (Italy to Malaysia).

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