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  • After four races without a win, Ferrari returned to success at the Hungarian Grand Prix with a victory by Sebastian Vettel and their second 1–2 of the season.Scuderia Ferrari-Wikipedia
  • Sebastian Vettel is also among the top five most successful Formula One drivers of all time.Germany-Wikipedia
  • On 26 August 2017, Ferrari announced that Sebastian Vettel had also re-signed, meaning that Ferrari's duo of drivers would remain unchanged for the fourth consecutive year in 2018.Scuderia Ferrari-Wikipedia
  • Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel drove for Toro Rosso from 2007–2008 and made the move to Red Bull in 2009, replacing the retiring David Coulthard.Farm team-Wikipedia
  • Button finished the Drivers' Championship in second place with 270 points behind 2011 Drivers' Champion Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull Racing, ahead of Hamilton's 227 points.McLaren-Wikipedia
  • Hamilton entered the final round of the season with a chance of winning the title, but ultimately finished fourth as Sebastian Vettel won the race to take his maiden drivers' crown.Lewis Hamilton-Wikipedia

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