Ferrari further away than it looks
After two interrupted practice sessions for the Singapore Grand Prix, Mark Hughes reckons Fernando Alonso's strong pace may well be a mirage compared to the Sebastian Vettel/Red Bull steamroller
The carefree Sebastian Vettel that bounced into the Singapore paddock at the beginning of the weekend looked much like the guy that did as he arrived in Abu Dhabi last year: pressure not pictured. Then he was the title outsider, this time it's just a matter of when he clinches it – on Sunday or in the coming weeks. No cause for pressure in either situation.
Just as in Abu Dhabi last year, you can be assured he will take this light load into the car and be in full-on attack mode, an attack that began in the two Friday practice sessions.
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