Sebastian Vettel dominated the Singapore Grand Prix, posting his third career clean sweep (pole, win, fastest lap, led every lap). He also achieved the feat in the 2011 Indian GP and last year's Japanese race.
One of the most striking aspects of his victory was his final margin over his rivals: 32.627 seconds.
This is rarely seen in modern Formula 1: in the 2008 British Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton was able to put more than a minute (1m08.577s) over Nick Heidfeld in the wet (pictured above), but in the dry and with a safety car appearance at half distance, this is unprecedented.
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