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F1 champion Sebastian Vettel is looking forward to the season finale in Brazil.
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Vettel looking forward to Interlagos

Vettel looking forward to Interlagos

Sebastian Vettel has revealed that he is in a relaxed mood heading into the final stage of the Formula One season.

The 22-year-old German already has the title secured, but said he is still excited at the prospect of racing on the famous Interlagos circuit.

Vettel will also be looking to get back into the winning habit after the driver retired in his Renaultsport-powered Red Bull car in Abu Dhabi, allowing British rival Lewis Hamilton to race to victory.

"Brazil is going to be exciting because Interlagos is known for its passionate fans, anti-clockwise driving and the extreme altitude of the track," he commented.

"It's perfect for braking as you can drive in the slipstream of the car in front, to be able to pass. One important thing is, if it rains, which is certainly possible in Sao Paulo, aquaplaning can be extreme here."

Vettel will be keen to signal his intentions for next season with a win in Brazil, with many race fans tipping Hamilton to produce something of a comeback in 2012.

Posted by Craig Salter