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Lewis Hamilton wins Singapore Grand Prix with Vettel out

Reuters India Lewis HamiltonLewis Hamilton
Sunday, 17 September 2017 ()

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton won the Singapore Grand Prix for Mercedes on Sunday to go 28 points clear at the top of the Formula One world championship after Ferrari rival Sebastian Vettel was caught in a first corner collision.
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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...

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