Both Ferraris crash out in wet Singapore

Both Ferraris crash out in wet Singapore

Both Ferraris crash out in wet Singapore

SEBASTIAN Vettel showed his mastery of the Marina Bay circuit to take pole position for the Singapore Grand Prix on Saturday, while championship rival Lewis Hamilton struggled throughout and finished fifth.

Verstappen was pinched between the Ferraris of Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen on the run to the first corner, causing all three cars to collide and resulting in a secondary incident that also collected Fernando Alonso.

Vettel was on pole position, with Hamilton fifth, and everything looked set for the German to retake the overall lead he had surrendered only two weeks earlier at Monza in Italy.

Hamilton avoided the trouble and progressed from fifth on the grid to first, ahead of Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo, as the cars race finally restarted after a safety vehicle. I don't know how easy that's going to be when I get home.

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Verstappen blamed Vettel, but none of the drivers will face further action.

"I have an idea, if we were to do the race again and set the auto up different, something we did on the vehicle would have helped us if we went the other way for how the conditions are".

"I capitalised on the incident".

After a few laps behind the safety auto, the race resumed for real on lap 7. "I'm sure there will be more opportunities". Max is next to me, so first of all I guess I'm racing him and then Daniel (Ricciardo) and so on and so forth.

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Verstappen, who had started from second, blamed Vettel. "If you are fighting for the world championship you shouldn't take those risks squeezing someone that much", he said.

"We have a long race, a lot of things can happen", said Vettel, who holds the record for Singapore GP win with four, the last coming in 2015.

The damage to his vehicle was evident, but it remains to be seen if the damage done to his title chances can be repaired.

Alonso, meanwhile, bravely continued but retired on lap 9.

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Valtteri Bottas has +750 odds to win on Sunday and those are very good odds for the third-place driver in the standings. The safety auto was also deployed on lap 11 when Toro Rosso's Daniil Kvyat crashed into the barriers.

The remaining cars had to pass through the through the pit lane behind the safety vehicle as the marshals cleared the debris at turn one.

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