Greater Noida: Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel on Sunday became only the fourth driver in the history of Formula One to win four world titles or more but the German said the realisation of joining the elite list of F1 legends is yet to sink in.
Starting from the pole, Vettel drove an impeccable race to conquer the Indian Grand Prix for the third consecutive time at the Buddh International Circuit here. Mercedes' Nico Rosberg finished second ahead of Lotus driver Romain Grosjean.
By virtue of this win, Vettel has already sealed the world championship title with three more races to go. The German driver has now joined countrymate Michael Schumacher (7 titles), Brazilian Juan Manuel Fangio (5 titles) and Frenchman Allan Prost (4 titles) who have four or more world titles to their credit.