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17 September 2017, 07:37 | Henrietta Morgan
Hamilton has a three-point advantage over Sebastian Vettel at the top of the Drivers Championship
Lewis Hamilton dominated the Singapore Grand Prix to win the 60th race of his career and take a big step towards winning a fourth Formula One drivers' championship title.
Ferrari'sVettel and Kimi Raikkonen, and Red Bull's Max Verstappen all went out just after the start of the first wet race in Singapore, which saw three safety cars and finished with only 12 drivers. "It gave me time to see what would happen". "I knew we had it in us".
In contrast, Verstappen moved to lay the blame at Vettel's door.
The Marina Bay circuit was hit by heavy rain showers on Sunday morning and the threatening clouds loomed ominiously above as darkness descended ahead of the race.
After a few laps behind the safety vehicle, the race resumed for real on lap 7.
"I could see Kimi had a great start so I tried not to defend that as it's a long race but after 200 metres everything was done".
While Alonso was eventually forced to retire, this drive offered a reminder of why McLaren have been so desperate to keep him. But, after Fernando Alonso retired with terminal damage and Daniil Kvyat found the wall, the Safety Car came out for a second appearance.
The safety auto came out again, after Marcus Ericsson's Sauber stalled on lap 39.
Hamilton surged to the front - with Red Bull's Ricciardo also a beneficiary - and a timely reminder from his team to get the vehicle home in one piece was heeded, making last year's runner-up the heavy favourite for the title with six rounds to go, even after Marcus Ericsson's spin led to another outing from the safety auto.
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