Vettel to stay at Red Bull until 2014 14 Mar 2011
Red Bull have announced on Monday that Sebastian Vettel will continue to drive for the team until the end of the 2014 season. Last year, at just 23 years-old, Vettel became the sports youngest-ever world champion after scoring 10 pole positions, five victories and 256 points in the teams RB6.
"The reason why I'll stay until 2014 with Red Bull Racing is that I feel very comfortable in the team," he told Red Bull's official website on Monday morning. "I am proud to be part of the team, and I am proud of what we have achieved so far and will achieve together in the future."
The German has been supported by Red Bull since 1998 and is a graduate of the Red Bull Junior Team. After spells in Formula Three and Formula BMW, Vettel made his Formula One debut in 2007, standing in for an injured Robert Kubica at BMW Sauber, before securing a full-time Toro Rosso race seat later that season.
During his first full season with Toro Rosso in 2008 he became the sport's youngest winner with a stunning victory at the Italian Grand Prix. The following year he switched to Red Bull's 'senior' RBR team. He took four wins in 2009 to finish second in the drivers championship, before taking the title in 2010.
Vettel will once again team up with Australian driver Mark Webber in Red Bull's line-up for the 2011 season.
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