Changing his tyres strategy after only two laps on softs from pole position, Vettel switched to mediums and drove sensationally to grab the lead after joining the race in the 17 place, yet again showing that he was uncatchable in his RB09.
Red Bull looked set for a one and two but Mark Webber's race ended due to a gearbox problem in lap 40. His team ordered him to stop the car. However, Red Bull still won the constructors title. So it was a double delight for Red Bull.
Vettel bowed on the Buddh International circuit after completing the victory and then jumped on his car, celebrating his historic win, which he took ahead of Mercedes Nico Rosberg, who was 29.8 seconds behind.
Image: Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany throws his trophy in the air after winning the Indian Formula One Grand Prix and his 4th straight F1 world drivers championship at the Buddh International Circuit in Noida, India, Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013.