Hamilton now has a 28-point cushion over rival Vettel. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Lewis Hamilton took a huge stride towards a fourth Formula One title Sunday with victory in an incident-packed Singapore Grand Prix after Ferrari title rival Sebastian Vettel crashed out at the start. The Mercedes driver now has a 28-point cushion over the German with six of the 20 races remaining.Vettel was on pole position, with Hamilton fifth and everything looked set for the German to retake the overall lead he had surrendered only two weeks earlier at the Monza event in Italy.The incident brought out the safety car and allowed Hamilton into a lead he would keep through two more safety car periods and a perfectly-timed switch to dry weather tires.
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