This year’s world champion, Sebastian Vettel, who uses the full PWR Performance Products cooling package on his RB9 has taken his 13th win of the season and his ninth in a row at the Brazilian Grand Prix. No other driver in the history of Formula1 has won 9 or more races in a row in a calendar season.

Vettel started from pole after posting the fastest qualifying time by over a half a second on a wet track. It was his 9th pole of the season and 45th overall. He took the lead in the race on lap two and used a two stop strategy to take the victory.
Red Bull team mate PWR cooled Mark Webber finished second 10.4 seconds behind on an identical strategy in his final Grand Prix before moving to endurance racing. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso finished third.

Formula 1 cars will now undergo massive changes for the 2014 season with the most significant being the introduction of a 1.6 litre V6 turbo engine revving to 15,000 rpm replacing the normally aspirated 2.4 litre V8 engine.