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Former F1 driver and BBC commentator, David Coulthard praised Sebastian Vettel as a great after back-to-back World Championships by the German driver.
Vettel who made his debut with BMW in 2007 and spent a year with Toro Rosso in 2008, replaced David Coulthard in 2009.
"Look at Mark Webber," Coulthard said at AUTOSPORT International. "He's a driver I rate very highly, but he was made to look average by Sebastian last year - which we all know he isn't.
"What it shows is the emergence of a real great within the sport by winning those back-to-back world championships.
Coulthard said that Vettel's dominance is different from Schumacher's and that its much tougher to win than before.
"In the end it's actually quite amazing that Sebastian was so dominant, because his victories were not like in the Michael Schumacher era, when he would sometimes be winning by half a lap or something.
"Things have closed up so much between the teams since then; we saw Alonso never giving up, the varying form of Lewis, who was amazing when he was on it, and Jenson, who was fantastic. And when Sebastian was winning, it wasn't by a lot."