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  • Sebastian Vettel is 4-time F1 champion
  • Only Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher & Juan Manuel Fangio have won more titles than Vettel

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Vettel will leave Formula 1 as one of its most successful drivers, having won four consecutive world titles with Red Bull from 2010-2013

4-time Formula 1 Champion Sebastian Vettel will retire from the sport at the end of the season.

Vettel will leave Formula 1 as one of its most successful drivers, having won four consecutive world titles with Red Bull from 2010-2013.

Only Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher & Juan Manuel Fangio have won more titles than the 35-year-old.

The Aston Martin driver said while the decision has been difficult for him, spending more time with family was a priority for him. Vettel in recent years has become an outspoken campaigner for climate change and other environmental concerns.

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The German driver has decided to retire even as there were reports that Aston Martin wanted to keep him for next season.

7-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton took to Twitter after the news broke. Hamilton said that while it's been an honour to call Vettel a competitor, it's an even bigger honour to call him a friend. He ended his tweet with a 'Love you' for Sebastian Vettel.

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