Singapore GP: The race we were robbed of
Lewis Hamilton's retirement from the lead in Singapore robbed the fans of what promised to be a fascinating battle with Sebastian Vettel. In the end, it was not to be. Adam Cooper takes a closer look at how the race unfolded
The Singapore Grand Prix had some exciting moments, but in the end we were robbed of a much better race. Had Lewis Hamilton not retired, we might have seen a fascinating contest unfold between the McLaren driver and winner Sebastian Vettel.
The double whammy was the safety car period that cost Jenson Button any chance he had of beating Vettel in a strategic fight, the eventual runner-up having laid the ground-work with his strong first stint.
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