Sorry about the delay, we had a corrupted file and had to rebuild the magazine…
Lewis Hamilton ruled in Singapore on Sunday evening – and the Englishman ended the day back in the lead of the World Championship after Nico Rosberg’s dreams of glory were interrupted by software gremlins before he could even start the race. Lewis did not have it easy. A badly-timed Safety Car gave him a mountain to climb, but he hopped and skipped his way to the summit. Sebastian Vettel had his best result of the year to finish second with team-mate Dan Ricciardo chasing him to the line. The race itself was a bit of a slow burner, but it caught fire at the end with some sensational action in the closing laps.
As F1 now heads for Japan, Hamilton leads the World Championship again.
In GP+ this week…
– We rip the 2015 F1 calendar apart…
– We look at the radio communication ban
– We praise F1’s brilliant hybrid achievements
– And we have some amazing tales from the Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah
– JS asks difficult questions that F1 needs to ask
– The Hack gets his teeth into Luca Montezemolo
– DT speeds along the salt
– Peter Nygaard captures the glory of F1 in Singapore
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