A young man in a hurry

Sebastian Vettel, Turkish GP 2006

Sebastian Vettel, Turkish GP 2006 

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Sebastian Vettel may be the youngest driver ever to drive a Formula 1 car in a Grand Prix event, but he has also set another new record on Friday in Turkey, being fined by the FIA stewards just nine seconds after the start of his F1 career. Vettel left the pits at the start of morning practice at 64.3kph, four kph above the limit.

As a result he was fined $1000 by the stewards.

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