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17 September 2017, 07:39 | Henrietta Morgan
I didn't see that much - Vettel blindsided by early Singapore crash
The German had started from pole position but retired seconds later with a badly damaged vehicle in an incident that also claimed Ferrari team mate Kimi Raikkonen and Red Bull's Max Verstappen. Hamilton was able to stop without losing the lead and, despite Red Bull's pace throughout the early part of the weekend, was seldom troubled by those behind him as claimed a 60th career win and, with it, an increased 28-point advantage in the title race.
Red Bull dominated all three practise sessions, with Verstappen posting the fastest time in the third and final practise and Ricciardo setting lap records in Friday's two sessions.
Red Bull's Australian Daniel Ricciardo was in second place as the safety vehicle was deployed for the 10th year in a row at the Marina Bay street circuit.
"I think there was damage on the vehicle already and then it didn't matter, to be honest", the German told Britain's Channel 4 television. It looked like three tried to go into one.
"You will have to manage things for yourself", said his race engineer, rendered helpless by the lack of data. "Who would have known that would happen", Hamilton said.
"At the end of the day, to be second here, on this track, I think it is very promising", said 19-year-old Verstappen, who could have been the youngest driver in the history of the sport to start on pole. At times I thought Ricciardo could have taken Lewis on the inside but Lewis was just too good this race.
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 auto.
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.
The FIA has said the incident will be investigated after the race.
"I don't know [what happened], I didn't see that much".
The race was far from over for Hamilton however, with rain falling intermittently and Marcus Ericsson's crash forcing the safety vehicle to return on lap 38. I saw Max and then I saw Kimi hitting the side of me. The safety vehicle was also deployed on lap 11 when Toro Rosso's Daniil Kvyat crashed into the barriers.
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