Hamilton has won three of the past four races and outscored Vettel 93-55 during that span.
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Sebastian Vettel needs a return to form at the Singapore Grand Prix, the night race where his Formula One championship challenge started crumbling last year.Hamilton has won three of the past four races and outscored Vettel 93-55 during that span.Ferrari secured a front-row 1-2, with Hamilton third, but Vettel was unhappy with his team because Kimi Raikkonen was on pole in Monza. Then, Raikkonen held his ground at the start and didn't let Vettel past, even though Vettel is much better placed for a title push.Unable to pass, Vettel then got in a tangle as Hamilton was overtaking him and spun off the track.Vettel clawed back to fourth, but Hamilton won to extend his title lead on a track where Ferrari should have helped Vettel close the gap on the British driver.Given Vettel's need to pressure Hamilton, it was logical to impose team orders and tell Raikkonen to let Vettel past him.
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