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17 September 2017, 07:35 | Anna Jefferson
Confident Vettel leaves Hamilton needing 'miracle'
This rapid removal of the GP of Singapore is a blow to Vettethe, second three points in the drivers ' standings by Hamilton.
Through drying conditions and three safety auto periods, Hamilton held off Daniel Ricciardo in second place and crossed the line with a 4.5s lead over the Red Bull at the finish. "But I'm sure there'll be more opportunities".
"I think there was damage on the auto already", he said of his second incident.
Hamilton, who is a regular at celebrity haunts across the Atlantic with friends from the fashion and music industries as well as the world of sport, said he knew many others who had made the same decision.
But the 28-year-old, who won for Red Bull this year in Baku and scored the team's last pole position in Monaco last year, believes his auto has an edge over Vettel'sFerrari in race conditions.
Ferrari blamed Verstappen, while Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said the 19-year-old was a victim "of somebody else's accident".
Rain at the Marina Bay street circuit in the hours before lights out raised the possibility of the first wet Singapore race in its 10-year history.
"Fifth place is definitely not good compared to first", said Hamilton, who is three points ahead of the German.
And then it all went wrong.
"We are in a position that we don't like to be with P5 and P6, but this provides opportunities, strategic opportunities, and our vehicle was very good on the softs", he said. "For sure, it's bitter but it's done", added the four times Singapore GP victor whose retirement ended a run of 18 successive points finishes.
All three drivers were forced out of the race, allowing Hamilton to take the lead behind a safety vehicle.
"I can't win the bloody thing". "Today, I'll accept a little bit of defeat but there's still a lot to play tomorrow".
"Looking forward to what we can do tomorrow, I think it's really on the cusp of one or two stop so it's going to make it exciting". Jolyon Palmer finished sixth for his first points of the season, on the weekend it was announced he will be replaced by Sainz Jr. next season.
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