Sebastian Vettel is a quadruple Formula One World Champion after winning the Indian Grand Prix.
The German finished ahead of Nico Rosberg and Romain Grosjean, and his 25-point haul here means he has an insurmountable lead in the overall standings.
It was another display of unnerving composure and dominance from the German driver, who joins the likes of Juan Manuel Fangio, Alain Prost and Michael Schumacher as a four-time world champion. He is just the third man in history to win four world titles in consecutive seasons.
Vettel pitted after just two laps, but scythed his way forward from the back of the field to second place a mere 11 laps later. After his teammate Mark Webber pitted from pole, the German re-took the lead. Webber retired with gearbox issues not long after, giving Vettel a 20-second lead over second-placed Raikonnen.
As he so often does, Vettel extended his advantage and ran out a comfortable victor.