Sebastian Vettel is doing everything he can to wrap up a fourth successive drivers’ title well before the end of the 2013 F1 season.
The German has been in a class of his own this season with seven wins, including five wins in his last six races.
He has some way to go to match the dominance of 2011, when he became the first F1 driver in history to score six wins and two second-place finishes in the first eight of the season en route to wrapping up the title with four races to spare.
Vettel’s winning streaks are becoming so regular that many fans are getting bored by his dominance, with a minority of them booing his weekly podium celebrations.
But Vettel is not the first driver to take an F1 season by storm and certainly won’t be the last. Here then are 10 of the greatest winning streaks in the history of F1 racing.