With arguments over team orders, a man wandering across the track, Italian singing and a few choice remarks, there was intrigue on the airwaves in Singapore
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Many expected Lewis Hamilton to reach Ayrton Senna’s tally of 41 wins in Singapore. He didn’t: but Sebastian Vettel surpassed it.
Sebastian Vettel kept Daniel Ricciardo at arm’s length to win in Singapore after two Safety Car interruptions.
“He got lucky, didn’t he?” Daniel Ricciardo knew his best chance to beat Sebastian Vettel had gone when a Virtual Safety Car period was declared on lap 13.
“Think we had the pace to win,” rued Hamilton as Mercedes pushed his car back into the garage after 32 laps. But did he?
Max Verstappen disobeyed an instruction from Toro Rosso to let Carlos Sainz Jnr pass him – but the team later accepted that had been an unnecessary call.
The 2015 Singapore Grand Prix in pictures.
Sebastian Vettel won the Singapore Grand Prix which was interrupted twice by the Safety Car – once because a spectator had managed to get onto the track.
Nico Rosberg cut Lewis Hamilton’s championship lead to 41 points in the Singapore Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel won the Singapore Grand Prix ahead of Daniel Ricciardo and Kimi Raikkonen.
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Sebastian Vettel will be well aware that the Red Bull starting alongside him is a major threat for victory – and he’s wary of the Mercedes too.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2015 Singapore Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel gave Ferrari their first pole position for three years as Mercedes struggled in qualifying in Singapore.
Sebastian Vettel took pole position for Ferrari in Singapore ahead of Daniel Ricciardo’s Red Bull.
Ferrari topped the times in the final practice session for the Singapore Grand Prix, leaving Mercedes over a second off the pace.
Mercedes played a strong hand in practice at Monza two weeks ago but Sebastian Vettel is convinced they’re saving their true performance for Saturday in Singapore.