Vettel said he “moved on” within two days of his crash in Singapore. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Sebastian Vettel is wasting no energy in his title fight with Lewis Hamilton. After blowing pole position by causing a crash at the Singapore GP two weeks ago, the Ferrari driver threw away a golden chance to regain the championship lead from Lewis Hamilton.It put him 28 points behind Hamilton with six races to go, starting with this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix. But speaking Thursday, Vettel said he has already cast it from his mind.Neither Vettel nor Hamilton have fond memories of last year, however, with both failing to finish the race as Red Bull clinched a 1-2 with Ricciardo holding off Max Verstappen.Red Bull have been improving in recent weeks and looked strong in Singapore qualifying, placing both cars ahead of Hamilton and Bottas.That Vettel finds himself in a chess-like scenario is much of his own making, and he must still be waking up at night with cold sweats thinking of Singapore. He made a sloppy error of judgment heading into Turn 1, taking out his Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen and Verstappen – both of whom could realistically have denied Hamilton a podium finish and crucial points.
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