Australia 2010: Mechanical failure, Vettel used to be in any other case dominating the slump.
Canada 2011: A rare mistake – Vettel largely dominated that season. An unparalleled slump rather than that, however the Vettel error on the closing lap used to be perchance essentially the principal second.
Europe 2012: Mechanical failure, Vettel used to be in any other case dominating the slump.
Brazil 2012: Collided with Senna (racing incident?) – gave the title decider a monumental injection of enjoyment.
Hungary 2014: Essential for many other occasions as neatly as Seb’s walk (and miraculous set!)
Azerbaijan 2017: Essential for many other occasions as neatly as Seb being lifeless and bringing some more pleasure to what used to be a shut title fight at the time.
Germany 2018: Ouch. Earlier than this one, a Vettel mistake used to be aloof regarded as out of the customary.
Brazil 2019: The mountainous Ferrari fuckup (used to be that a racing incident?) used to be the catalyst for a demanding slump.
In other phrases, all of these races brought one thing out of the customary to the desk. In the earlier examples, it used to be an unbeatable Vettel ultimately being usurped. Then it will get worse and worse….