Double World Formula One Champion Sebastian Vettel says winning is addictive.
YOKOHAMA, JAPAN (OCTOBER 10, 2011) - Germany's Sebastian Vettel admitted that winnning " was addictive" a day after winning his second successiveFormula One World Championship.
"It's addictive, if you stand on that podium you see people like you guys, cheering for us. To be part of that is addictive, there's no other feeling, no other thing that I do in my life that give me such satisfaction, that's the reason," he told fans at Nissan Global Headquarters in Japan.
Vettel, 24, became Formula One's youngest double world champion with third place at Suzuka on Sunday (October 9). He needed only a point to guarentee becoming world champion. Over the season he won nine of 15 races, been on pole position 12 times, finished on the podium on 14 occasions with four races to spare.