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Singapore Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel defends Ferrari strategy

With Hamilton now 40 points ahead, are the championship's top two drivers heading in different directions?



Sebastian Vettel defended Ferrari after a strategy call cost him second place in the Singapore Grand Prix.

The German slipped to 40 points behind title rival Lewis Hamilton, who won the race from Red Bull's Max Verstappen.

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Hamilton cruises to Singapore F1 2018 win


Lewis Hamilton's record at the Marina Bay Street Circuit; Hamilton has equalled Vettel, with four career wins in Singapore

 

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton cruised to victory in the Singapore Grand Prix to strengthen his hold on this year's World Championship.

Hamilton's controlled drive from a pole position won brilliantly on Saturday was helped by the latest in a series of questionable strategy calls from Ferrari.

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Kimi Raikkonen: Ferrari driver to join Sauber in swap with Charles Leclerc



Former world champion Kimi Raikkonen will leave Ferrari at the end of this season and rejoin Sauber.

The 38-year-old Finn will be replaced at Ferrari by 20-year-old Monaco-born Sauber driver Charles Leclerc, who will partner Sebastian Vettel in 2019.

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Moto2: Cal Crutchlow calls for life ban for Italian rider who grabbed rival's brake


Romano Fenati grabs fellow Italian Stefano Manzi's brake lever


British MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow has called for Romano Fenati to be banned from racing for life after the Italian pressed a rival's brake lever during a race on Sunday.

Fenati, competing in the second-tier Moto2 event in San Marino, was black flagged for grabbing fellow Italian Stefano Manzi's brake on a straight.

Read more: Moto2: Cal Crutchlow calls for life ban for Italian rider who grabbed rival's brake


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