On Sunday at the Korean GP there was a lot of on track drama with many racing incidents but non of those had any effect on Sebastian Vettel who went on to win his fourth straight race this season.
The 26-year-old German was in a class of his own as he seemed to be continuing from where he left off in Singapore as he cruised to the lead after starting the race on pole.
Vettel finished the race ahead of Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean to increase his lead in the driver's championship to 77 points from Fernando Alonso.
The Red Bull driver has seen boos being sounded at every race that he has won since the last few races, but at Korea there were only cheers for him.
Sebastian Vettel is on course to become the third driver after Michael Schumacher and Juan Manuel Fangio to be crowned world champion four times in a row.
The driver's championship could all but be over if Vettel wins the Japanese GP next week and the possibilities are high considering the form he has had in the last few months. Also for the stats, the German has won three of the last four Japanese races.
Vettel has urged his rivals to not give up and to try and to steal the title from him as he firmly already has one hand on it.
With 8 race wins this season, the German has overtaken Fernando Alonso as the man with the most race wins in their career from the current drivers and looks set to write his name in the books of legends of F1.