Seb’s last race at Suzuka in front of Japanese fans, it’s interesting to see how much he was respected by the them.
Sebastian started his career driving for BMW-Sauber back in 2007, he impressed everyone with his debut at Indianapolis with P7 finish.
It was Red Bull programme who signed the young German back then, and it was the right thing to do.
He won his first race in Formula 1 driving for Toro Rosso back in 2008, when rain hit Monza, and Seb showed up and dominated the whole weekend.
He converted his pole to win, Red Bull didn’t think twice and took to the first team at Red Bull.
At Red Bull he won four championships in a row, before he joined Scuderia Ferrari in 2015.