Date: 8th November 2017 at 7:03pm
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Sebastian Vettel continues to dream of taking a fifth Formula One World Championship whilst driving for Ferrari.

The German racer can no longer claim he is the most successful driver on the grid following Lewis Hamilton’s own fourth title victory in Mexico.

The British driver boasts more race wins and pole positions than Vettel, leaving him in the record books at least, as the current best in Formula One.

In 2018 the two drivers will no doubt be spearheading a fresh fight for the championship for both Mercedes and Ferrari, perhaps with Red Bull Racing in the mix too.

‘I want to win the world championship for Ferrari. That’s what I want. That’s my goal and we have to realise that it doesn’t work out this year. Vettel told Sky Sports.

‘We still have a lot in us as a team, so that should make it easier to fight.’

Vettel and Ferrari led the title race for much of the season, but Vettel’s title challenge faltered after failing to win a race from July onwards, due to a combination of reliability issues and driver errors.

‘We had a straight fight.

‘It was great for us this year, as well for them, but I don’t want to in any way take any glory away from him. He deserves every bit of it. Two races to go, he seals the championship and he deserves to win.’