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2013 F1

Superseding Vettel easily took Singapore GP victory

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Sebastian-Vettel_3007864Sebastian Vettel dominated whole of the Singapore Grand Prix weekend and to take top podium place from the pole.

The Championship takes the chequered flag 32.6s ahead of Ferrari’s Alonso, this is another great results of Italian out-fit and a brilliant drive from Kimi Raikkonen from 13th to 3rd with a bad back.

Drama comes-out in final lap, Red Bull’s Mark Webber forced-out from the race, fire come-out from the back of Australian’s car as he retired.

Race Results – 2013 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton, he could only made fifth behind his team-mate Nico Rosberg. The Ferrari speedy Felipe Massa managed sixth place ahead of McLaren duo Jenson Button and Sergio Perez. The McLaren guys struggled in final phase of the race due to the heavy tyre degradation.

Nico Hulkenberg in his Sauber and Adrian Sutil for Force India was completed the top in the final result table.

On the post race podium, Vettel said: “The start was quite hairy, I kept the inside clear, but Nico went in too deep (into turn one).

“I was able to get the place back, which was crucial because we had good pace, but then we had the safety car.

“After that again we had the pace, and the car was incredible, which doesn’t happen by accident. It was a pleasure to drive it around this crazy track. I’m not really looking at the championship too much, just enjoying the moment.” Vettel added

Alonso was delighted with his second place as he said: “We knew we didn’t have the pace, that we had to invent something, and the first opportunity was at the start. This is a fantastic podium, a second place that feels like a win.

“Red Bull were too fast all weekend, so we have to congratulate them for a fantastic weekend, and next we have to do better.” The Spaniard added.

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