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Race - Hamilton wins dramatic wet-dry Grand Prix in Singapore

17 September 2017

McLaren's Fernando Alonso retired after being caught in the opening lap drama.

But it was Vettel's withdrawal that handed Mercedes driver Hamilton the initiative as the Briton, who started fifth on the grid, led after the safety auto went back in.

Race Control will talk to the drivers and assess footage before dishing out any subsequent penalties.

Further round the lap, Vettel, whose vehicle was not fatally damaged in the incident lost control and spun out.

"I had an average start and then went to the left trying to fend off Max and the next thing I get a bump on the side and see Kimi's vehicle".

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"I capitalised on the incident". I don't know how easy that's going to be when I get home.

The onset of evening rain meant that the tenth Singapore Grand Prix would be its first in wet conditions - indeed, its first wet session in that time - but the race still started from the grid, rather than behind the safety vehicle.

Kimi Raikkonen will start fourth in the second Ferrari, while the third row is locked out by the Mercedes' of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas, who have struggled for pace at the circuit. Lewis is leading the race and the three of us are out.

But Hamilton dodged the pile-up and he progressed from fifth on the grid to first, ahead of Ricciardo, as the race finally restarted after a safety auto. "I'm sure there will be more opportunities".

The FIA has said the incident will be investigated after the race.

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In contrast, Verstappen moved to lay the blame at Vettel's door.

"That's not an excuse - if you're fighting for the world championship, you shouldn't take those risks to squeeze someone that much". Concerned that his team had not taken advantage of a free stop under the SC to recover Kvyat's Toro Rosso, the Briton eventually made just one stop, fewer than all his rivals, as Mercedes made full use of the inters before swapping to ultrasofts on lap 29.

Hamilton eventually came in for his change on lap 30 of 61, and was a healthy nine seconds ahead after the change.

The remaining cars had to pass through the through the pit lane behind the safety auto as the marshals cleared the debris at turn one.

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Race - Hamilton wins dramatic wet-dry Grand Prix in Singapore