Meet the wax figure of Sebastian Vettel and assume your winning pose next to the Formula One star at Madame Tussauds Berlin.
Everything about life and career of Sebastian Vettel
- The German racing driver was born on 3 July 1987 in Heppenheim. Since 2007 Sebastian Vettel is active in the Formula One and was under contract with the Austrian team Red Bull Racing at the time of the formation of his wax figure in 2012. In 2010, he was the second German after Michael Schumacher and, so far, the youngest driver in the history of Formula One sport to win the title of the world championship racing driver. In 2011, 2012 and 2013 he succeeded as the youngest driver to defend his title as world champion. He is one of just three riders, who has won the world championship four times in a row. Sebastian Vettel is driving for the Italian Ferrari racing team since 2015.
- At the age of 14, he won the German Junior Karting Championship. In 2003, Vettel switched to the formula racing. Within 4 years he came to Formula One, where he initially worked as a test driver and substitute driver. On June 17 2007 Sebastian Vettel gave his Formula One racing debut after a serious accident by Robert Kubica. The list of his titles and records is readable like a storybook. In addition to his greatest success in winning the World Championship title for four consecutive years, Sebastian Vettel won 42 victories, 79 podium places, 46 pole positions and 25 fastest laps. He is not only the youngest car racing driver with 4 world championship titles, he also won 13 Grand Prix victories in only one season in 2013. Already in 2011 Vettel set the records of most podium placings, most points and most pole positions within one season. Even the list of honors and distinctions seems to be endless. He was not only voted German Sportsman of the Year (2010), but also European Sportsman of the Year (2010, 2012, 2013) and Sportsman of the World in 2014. Additionally, Sebastian Vettel won the title driver of the year three times (2009, 2011, 2013). He calls the Silver Laurel Leaf, which he received in 2012 for great athletic performances by the former Federal President Horst Seehofer as the greatest remuneration of his person.
- Sebastian Vettel lives together with his wife and his two daughters in Switzerland. He is the ambassador of the foundation ‘Wings for Life’, which is concerned with the research and healing of cross-paralysis. At Madame Tussauds Berlin you have the unique chance to meet the wax figure of the Formula One legend. Secure your Madame Tussauds Berlin tickets right now, strike a pose next to Sebastian Vettel's wax figure and shoot unforgettable photos.