At a time when Formula one legend Michael Schumacher is finally calling it day, his fellow German Sebastian Vetter, has become his worthy successor by becoming Formula One’s youngest triple World champion at the age of 25 by winning the 2012 F1 season. Red Bull’s Vettel also won the title in 2010 and 2011 which earned him a lot of praise from the critics. People started to compare him with Schumacher, who has seven world titles to his name. Vettel is also the first to achieve three straight titles since Schumacher won five consecutive from 2000-04. The only other driver to win at least three straight titles was Juan Manuel Fangio from 1954-57.