Red Bull Racing driver Sebastian Vettel has won the last four consecutive F1 World Championships

(VIDEO) Driveway’s Keith Morgan takes laps with F1 champ Sebastian Vettel

Vettel has won the past four F1 World Championships and is now Red Bull-Infinity's Director of Performance.

Driveway editor Keith Morgan took a couple hot laps with F1 champion Sebastian Vettel and former Formula 1 racer David Coulthard, while the two of them and their Red Bull-Infiniti team were in Toronto before Vettel left for the Montreal Grand Prize in Quebec.

It was the second time Morgan had ridden with Vettel, and the second time their meetings have crossed just before Seb has finished on an F1 podium. (Vettel finished third in the 2014 Canadian Grand Prix, behind fellow German Nico Rosberg (2nd) and fellow Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo, who won.)

“It’s all down to you,” the champ said, while taking Morgan on a windy, whipping turn around the track at Bowmanville, Ontario.

Vettel, who has won the past four F1 championships from 2010 to 2013, is also Infiniti’s Director of Performance.

VIDEO: Hot Laps with Sebastian Vettel

VIDEO: Driving with former F1 pro David Coulthard

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