As Sebastian Vettel was crowned F1 champion for the fourth time in a row after his Indian GP win, the German went on a victory celebration spree.
The 26-year-old Red Bull driver was wished by Christian Horner, the team principal saying he was one of the greats as he joined Michael Schumacher, Alain Prost and Juan Manuel Fangio as a four time F1 champion becoming the youngest from them all to clock for titles.
Vettel did doughnuts much to the joy of fans after his win, he also bowed before his car and then went on to stand on it as he showed his No1 finger before throwing his gloves to the crowd.
The celebrations earned the driver and his team a heafty 25,000 euros fine as it went against the race protocol.
Lucky fan known as @quickdraw_46 on Twitter tweeted a picture of himself with Vettel's glove in these series of pictures,
The Indian GP may not feature on the 2014 F1 calender but fans on Sunday surely have great memories of the race as it witnessed the crowning of the champion as Red Bull also clinched the driver's championship.