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Origin: From Sebastianus, name of an early and possibly legendary Christian saint, from ancient city of Sebasta in Asia Minor, from Σεβαστός, itself a translation of the Roman title Augustus.
Sebastian is a city in Indian River County, State of Florida, United States. As of 2010, the population recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau is 21,929. Sebastian is a principal city of the Sebastian−Vero Beach Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Indian River County.
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Ferrari was very disappointing, getting lost somewhere, fernando (Alonso) got a little bit like Sebastian halfway through, so I'm a little disappointed in him, too.
The Scuderia has a great tradition in this sport and I am extremely motivated to help the team get back to the top. I will put Sebastian Vettel heart and soul into making The Scuderia happen.
I spoke to (Mercedes motorsport head) Toto (Wolff) and (technical head) Paddy (Lowe) about an invitation for Sebastian and they are easy with it, dear Seb, this is the official invitation to join our debrief Friday 16.00 at Sepang. See you there, don't forget your notebook!.
It all sounds very odd. I have protested the whole time about the unethical nature of it and I am of the understanding that more investigating needs to be done, my worry is that there is money involved here, and I am not referring to Sebastian Coe here, rather the whole system.
We lost third place because my first run was n’t quick enough. I ’m not very pleased with Sebastian Vettel, because there was still some performance to be found, first and second are a long way in front, but the race is tomorrow and anything can happen during the Grand Prix.
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