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Juan Manuel . 1911--95, Argentinian racing driver who won the World Championship five times between 1951 and 1957
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Vettel, 26, will join Michael Schumacher and Juan Manuel Fangio as only the third driver with four straight if he wins at Suzuka and his nearest rival, Fernando Alonso, is outside the top eight.
But asked at the weekend about boss Christian Horner hailing the Red Bull racer as an all-time great to rank alongside Michael Schumacher and Juan Manuel Fangio, Hamilton said: "I couldn't care less.
In July, a rare 1954 Mercedes-Benz W196 in which five-time Formula 1 World Champion driver Juan Manuel Fangio of Argentina won two grands prix, was sold at auction for 19.
Another hiatus followed World War 2 before Mercedes returned in 1954 with its remarkable W196 cars and two successive titles for Argentina's Juan Manuel Fangio.
There were only seven races that year and the championship developed into a duel between Farina and Juan Manuel Fangio who made his intentions clear by leading all 100 laps of that season's Monaco Grand Prix.
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Guido Falaschi's car spun out of control before hitting a tyre wall and bouncing back into oncoming traffic during the Turismo Carretera race at the Juan Manuel Fangio raceway in Balcarce.
It means Red Bull can now focus on building a car to help Vettel become only the third driver in F1 history to win three successive titles alongside legends Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher.
Only Michael Schumacher, Ayrton Senna, Jim Clark, Alain Prost, Nigel Mansell, Juan Manuel Fangio, Mika Hakkinen, Niki Lauda and Nelson Piquet now stand ahead of Vettel.
The champions were also joined on-track by the nephew of late five-time world champion Juan Manuel Fangio, Juan Manuel Fangio II, who was driving the Maserati 250F.
Over a span of nearly 60 years, there are a total of 30 F1 champions, with Michael Schumacher and Juan Manuel Fangio being the most successful drivers in F1 history, winning seven and five championships respectively.
Also taking part will be Juan Manuel Fangio II, nephew of the Argentinian racing hero.