This was a incredible display of sheer brilliance by the reigning Word Champion. Pole position, race win, leader of all laps and fastest lap. The revered “Grand Chelem” for which Seb is well-positioned to overtake the F1 career-leading, late Jim Clark. The race was a calk walk but so, so intriguing nonetheless. How can Vettel be so good while in equal equipment his teammate struggles in the mid-field? The young man is jut superb. It was his third win in a row this season — pitting a virtually insurmountable 2+ race lead over second-place Fernando Alonso of Ferrari — and Vettel’s third consecutive victory at the Marina Bay Circuit.
He may be heading straight for an historic fourth drivers’ title in a row, but rarely has Sebastian Vettel and his Red Bull car ever shown a domination of the kind he demonstrated at the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday. In a masterly show of his driving control and his car’s superiority, Vettel won the night race through the Singapore city streets for a third year in a row, taking his seventh victory of the season and the 33rd of his career.