Mercedes' British driver Lewis Hamilton celebrates after winning the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix at the Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore on September 16, 2018. / AFP / Roslan RAHMAN
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Britain's Lewis Hamilton eased to victory from pole position at the Singapore Grand Prix Sunday as the Mercedes driver extended his championship lead over Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel to 40 points with six rounds remaining. Hamilton held off a mid-race challenge from Red Bull's Max Verstappen to register a record-equaling fourth triumph at the floodlit Marina Bay Street Circuit track, while Vettel finished third to slip further behind in the title race.Hamilton won this race from the third row a year ago when Vettel, Verstappen and Kimi Raikkonen collided before Turn 1 but there was no repeat of such drama this time after the drivers got off to a clean start at the head of the field.
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