Red Bull do Donuts on the Burj Al Arab Helipad


What better way to celebrate winning the F1 title?

After taking his fourth F1 drivers title in a row, Sebastian Vettel did some impromptu donuts on the finish line to celebrate his monumental achievement. Spectators loved it, FIA officials not so much - handing the German a 25,000 Euro fine. With Red Bull moving from India to Abu Dhabi this week for the Grand Prix, the team decided to follow Aston Martin’s lead and take its F1 car to the helipad of the Burj Al Arab Hotel.

There David Coulthard was waiting to put down donuts some 1,053 feet above the ground and show the FIA that dangerous smoky donuts are in fact the best way to celebrate winning a championship.

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