Lewis Hamilton's hopes of clinching the Championship title took a blow this afternoon.
The Stevenage driver finished fourth in the Hungarian Grand Prix after he allowed his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas to pass him on the last corner and finish just ahead of him in third place.
Milton Keynes-based Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo wasn't able to make it to the finish line.
He was knocked out of the race in the first lap following a collision with teammate Max Verstappen. The teenager suffered a ten second penalty and crossed the line in fifth position.
Vettel's victory moves him 14 points ahead of Hamilton in the championship.
The Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton was back in his home county of Hertfordshire at the weekend.
Lewis Hamilton grew up in Stevenage, and he has now donated one of his racing suits to the Hertfordshire Air Ambulance which is the official charity of the Mercedes sponsors Epson.
The suit will be auctioned off next year, and should raise thousands of pounds for the charity
Stevenage's Lewis Hamilton's has been voted as the BBC's Sports Personality of the Year.
The Formula One world champion was presented with the award at a ceremony in Glasgow last night.
He beat golfer Rory McIlroy and runner Jo Pavey to the prize, claiming 34% of the votes.
“I am really, really taken aback. I am overwhelmed and feel so honoured.
When I was growing up in Stevenage, of course I wanted to be a racing driver and be the best in the world but I didn’t ever contemplate all the people who would support or follow me. I just wanted to be the best.”
Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has described becoming World Champion again as a "humbling" experience and "sweeter" than last time.
Hamilton, 29, won his second title in Abu Dhabi after finishing third to see off his nearest challenger, Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
He also admitted he thought the new double points system might have seen him miss out on the title.
At a press conference this morning he thanked all the staff back at the factory in Brackley in Northamptonshire.
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Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team have joined a flurry of Twitter tributes after the British driver won his second world Formula 1 world title.
Big names from around the sporting world also paid tribute to Hamilton on Twitter, including tennis star Andy Murray, former England striker Ian Wright and golf legend Greg Norman.
Congrats to Lewis Hamilton on winning another world title, well deserved
Congratulations @lewishamilton " Walk like a champion talk like a champion " ???????. first double world champion since Sir Jackie Stewart.
Lewis Hamilton will be training on a virtual simulator ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix.
Hamilton will have to learn quickly to get up to speed with Austria as it is a circuit he has never encountered before.
The Red Bull Ring circuit will host its first Grand Prix since 2003 next weekend.
Years and years and years ago, when I was 13 to 15, I drove it in a computer game, and I've obviously seen it on TV," said Hamilton.
"But once I get on the sim I'll learn it quickly. It shouldn't be a problem.
Mercedes driver Hamilton said the team will also be trying to work out what caused the problem in the Canadian GP last Sunday.
"I have a lot of training planned and I'll be in the simulator, and the team will be flat out trying to understand and fix for the next race the issue we had."
Lewis Hamilton has accepted his defeat in last month's Monaco Grand Prix, says Niki Lauda.
The Mercedes F1 non-executive chairman says the relationship between Stevenage-born Hamilton and team mate Nico Rosberg remains 'tricky'.
The Bad blood between the pair followed an incident in qualifying where an apparent mistake by Rosberg led to yellow flags that thwarted Hamilton's bid to claim pole position.
Hamilton then tweeted on Friday he and Rosberg had spoken, claiming they were now "cool" and "still friends".
Lauda, speaking to Osterreich newspaper, said:"Lewis has now accepted Nico won in Monaco and he was second, which is really no shame," said the three-times champion.
"In Montreal we will get together again and discuss everything. After that the fight will go on for the world championships.
"But with two alphas currently sitting in the best car it is tricky, although given our superiority that in turn makes the races interesting.
"But we will let our drivers race against each other without restriction because whilst tension is quite normal, it can also escalate. Then I get involved as a mentor."