Brazilian Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel sad to see season end

Sebastian Vettel says he feels "sad" to come to the end of a dominant season after winning the Brazilian Grand Prix.

The victory in Sao Paulo was Vettel's ninth in a row, equalling the record set by Alberto Ascari in 1953, and the world champion puts his success down to himself and the Red Bull Racing team loving "turning up to work and giving it all we have".

Vettel also pays tribute to his retiring team-mate Mark Webber, claiming he is a better driver as a result of the four seasons he has spent racing alongside the Australian.

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