Red Bull’s German driver Sebastian Vettel took the chequered flag yet again to win yet another Grand Prix this season, but unfortunately for the talented driver, his championship celebrations remain on ice. It is a given that the young driver will become a double World Champion but he will have to wait just a little longer.
Vettel took pole for the Singapore Grand Prix, as he once again outclassed, not only his team mate Mark Webber, but also the rest of the field. The race then mirrored qualifying as Sebastian held his lead into the first corner and then drove off into the distance leaving everybody in his wake.
Even the arrival of the safety car, which was deployed following a crash from Michael Schumacher, could not affect the dominance of this incredible driver, who once again managed to instantly pull away from the field as the safety car went back in to the pit lane.
Now all Sebastian Vettel needs to do is finish in the points at the Japanese Grand Prix and he will once again be crowned the Formula 1 World Champion. There is no doubt that Sebastian Vettel is one of the most gifted drivers around and he could dominate the sport for years to come.
The winner of the also ran’s was Jenson Button, who brought home his McLaren in second. Meanwhile, Fernando Alonso in the Ferrari and Mark Webber in the Red Bull had a great race for third place before Webber managed to open up a lead and complete the podium places.