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GP Week : Issue 215
So long #1 Among a number of finales, this was four-time champion sebastian Vettel’s last race for Red Bull. As has been the pattern, he was comprehensively outperformed by his new-for-2014 team-mate, but that didn’t stop some positive reflection from the man himself: "I felt there was more today, but once I got stuck behind Kevin at the beginning it was quite tough, so I can't be completely happy with today; when you race you want to finish as high up as you can and today I think we had the pace to finish higher. “The last six years have been an incredible journey; obviously we didn't expect that when we started working together – you can never expect four Driver titles and four Constructors' championships in a row. You get to know some people in a very good way and build friendships that will last a long time. You go through happy days and sad days; you go through them together and I think I learned a lot. I'd like to thank Red Bull and the Team for everything they did and I will miss them. I feel ready for the next step." For his part, team boss Christian Horner clearly had mixed emotions: "A phenomenal drive from Daniel to drive from the pit lane to P4, an incredible recovery after the circumstances of saturday, signing off a fantastic season for him, finishing third in the world championship and an unbelievable year. “For sebastian P8 isn't reflective of his time within the Team – four world championships, 38 Grand Prix victories, four Constructors' world championships and 44 pole positions. He's been a fantastic team member – he's been an absolutely awesome competitor. He's been a pleasure and delight to work with and we wish him well for the future; he'll always be a friend of the team.” 32 GPWEEK.com // 32 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> ABU DHABI PARTNERS: