London: Sebastian Vettel has dominated the world this season. There is hardly any doubt then that he is all set to extend his form on home turf when Formula One comes calling at the Nurburgring for the German leg of the season.
With an 80 point lead over Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber, the German has little to worry about as far as his position on the standings is concerned. Need for a win though will be slightly different for the 24-year-old this coming Sunday. "One of the objectives a Formula One driver sets himself, is to win his 'home race.' Of course, you always give 100%, but at a home race you're always more motivated, simply because you feel at home," he was quoted as saying by ESPN.
While Nurburgring has a rich history of being associated with motorsports, Vettel says he loves racing here and would like to register an emphatic win going forward. "This year we're back at the Nurburgring, which is one of the better and more modern tracks; I particularly like the stretch from the Ford corner to the long right corner in the valley," he said.