In 2014, there will be no Indian GP as the F1 calendar does not have a slot for the race in addition to other reasons.
The race on Sunday saw Indian flavour with bhangda, a local dance being performed prior to the start of the third Indian GP at the Buddh International Circuit.
Sebastian Vettel who started on pole and was seeking his fourth straight drivers title needed to finish only fifth and higher to clinch the F1 drivers title.
The German did exactly that as he won his sixth race on the trot this year by taking the chequered flag first.
Vettel joins F1 legends Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher to become only the third driver in the history of the sport to win four titles in a row. He is also the youngest man to win four titles which adds to his youngest list as he is the youngest driver to score points, lead a race, win a race, be on pole, win a championship among other laurels.
Red Bull, Vettel's team also won the constructors championship for the fourth time. Vettel has won all three Indian GPs so far.
After winning the race, Vettel was congratulated by Red Bull team principal Christian Horner as he told him, "you join the greats." The 26-year-old four time champion thanked his team as he did doughnuts to celebrate his win.
As he celebrated his win on the winner's podium, Sebastian Vettel was joined by car designer Adrian Newey, the man many credit as the reason why the German has enjoyed so much success.
Vettel did a namaste the Indian form of greeting as he saluted the crowd which was devoid of the boo boys this time who had a few races ago made it a ritual to boo the F1 champion after his race wins.
With his fourth title and a dominance that reminds many F1 fans and lovers of the sport of his countryman Michael Schumacher it seems that Sebastian Vettel has ensured his name is in the history books as a quadruple F1 world champion at just 26 years.
The Indian GP has given the F1 season the perfect place to crown the 2013 drivers and constructors champions as Sebastian Vettel as Red Bull reigned supreme yet again on Indian soil.