Lewis Hamilton takes dominant win in Singapore as Ferrari suffer double DNF

Lewis Hamilton takes dominant win in Singapore as Ferrari suffer double DNF

Lewis Hamilton takes dominant win in Singapore as Ferrari suffer double DNF

The onset of evening rain meant that the tenth Singapore Grand Prix would be its first in wet conditions - indeed, its first wet session in that time - but the race still started from the grid, rather than behind the safety auto.

Fernando Alonso made an unbelievable start for McLaren, briefly vaulting as high as third, but was then an innocent victim of the Turn-1 carnage, sustaining auto damage that forced him to retire a few laps later.

"You might have to carry us out of the cars tomorrow but I'm sure I'll have a very strong race and get some big points".

"Normally I'm happy with the podium", he said.

Hamilton was the beneficiary, moving to the front and remaining there to stretch his lead in the standings to 28 points after fending off Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo. Who would've known that would happen?

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Having started from fifth, on one of the toughest tracks in Formula One for overtaking, Hamilton could not believe his luck.

"I think mainly Sebastian started squeezing me", Verstappen said.

"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 think there was damage on the auto already and then it didn't matter, to be honest", the German told Britain's Channel 4 television.

Hamilton added: "I got everything I could out of the vehicle".

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Pole-sitter Vettel, who had been looking to reclaim the world championship lead from Hamilton, spun further ahead and lost his front wing, a crash that also ended his race.

He said: "I didn't see that much".

But Hamilton dodged the pile-up and he progressed from fifth on the grid to first, ahead of Ricciardo, as the race finally restarted after a safety vehicle.

"It's not ideal is it", Vettel said after returning to the paddock.

The FIA stewards announced that the startline incident was under investigation, with a ruling expected after the race. I saw Max and then the next thing I see is Kimi hitting the side of me and Max somewhere there.

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Alonso, meanwhile, bravely continued but retired on lap 9. The safety auto was also deployed on lap 11 when Toro Rosso's Daniil Kvyat crashed into the barriers.

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