Lee McKenzie talks to Sebastian Vettel as the German prepares for the Indian Grand Prix, a race that could see him seal a fourth successive world drivers' title.
The Red Bull driver discusses his personal philosophy and says it is important to "be happy with who you are and what you do" insisting that if you are not "then the first person you are cheating is yourself."
The 26 year-old admits he was disappointed with himself when he won the Malaysian Grand Prix after overtaking team-mate Marc Webber against team orders, saying "it wasn't the right thing to do".
Vettel also says he is "not afraid" of having a top class team-mate and says he would welcome the chance to race alongside Fernando Alonso or Kimi Raikkonen in the future.
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