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Lewis Hamilton regained the Formula One drivers' world championship lead Sunday when he claimed victory in the Singapore Grand Prix after his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg limped out with electronic problems.Rosberg turned up for the Marina Bay street circuit night race 22 points clear of Hamilton.Hamilton pitted after 13 laps, but when Rosberg limped in one lap later, it was terminal for the German.As Hamilton controlled the race the safety car emerged on lap 31 after Mexican Sergio Perez lost the front wing on his Force India after colliding with German Adrian Sutil's Sauber.Finally, the Briton pitted after 52 laps, rejoining second behind Vettel for a dramatic attack that saw him regain the lead with a bold move on lap 54 as Rosberg stood, watched the action from the pit wall.
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