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Brundle: 'Vettel no longer among Formula 1's five best drivers'

Sebastian Vettel, with four world titles, is the second most successful driver on the current grid after Lewis Hamilton. However, Vettel is no longer the best driver and Martin Brundle does not even put his name in the top five. Vettel won four consecutive world titles with Red Bull Racing between 2010 and 2013 and then continued to perform at a high level with Ferrari for many years. However, Brundle told Sky Sports that those days are over. Whereas Hamilton is still fighting for world titles, Seb has fallen away over the years. Read more Timetable | Evening session in Saudi Arabia and modified time for the race Vettel goes downhill ''If you had to nominate a top five of the current...
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