Lewis Hamilton wins Singapore Grand Prix after Sebastian Vettel crashes on first lap
Sunday, 17 September 2017 Lewis Hamilton profited from the chaos to win the Singapore Grand Prix and extend his championship lead to 28 points on Sunday as title rival Sebastian Vettel lost huge ground after crashing out on the first lap.
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo prevented a Mercedes 1-2 by finishing ahead of Valtteri...
Vettel was also caught up in a chaotic start but managed to maintain the lead. Lewis Hamilton made up four places to second off the start before assuming the lead as Vettel spun out of the race at Turn Five. (CNN)Lewis Hamilton has extended his championship lead over Sebastian Vettel after winning a...
Mercedes world champion Lewis Hamilton produced a sizzling final lap to grab pole position for the season-opening Australian Formula One Grand Prix on Saturday. Zee News - SportsAlso reported by •BBC News •MailOnline •Firstpost •DNA •Deccan Herald
Vettel is in a duel this season with defending world champion Lewis Hamilton as they chase 1950s Argentine legend Juan Manuel Fangio's mark of five world titles. Firstpost - SportsAlso reported by •DNA
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