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Sebastian Vettel Had A Bizarre Crash After The Malaysian GP Finished

01 October 2017, 07:28 | Randolph Howard

The 28-year-old offers a cheers to the onlooking audience following his impressive effort

The 28-year-old offers a cheers to the onlooking audience following his impressive effort

Saturday, MercedesAMG's Lewis Hamilton clinched Pole position at Sepang, while, Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel suffered engine issues, putting him at the back of the grid for Sunday's race. The amount of training and work he and the (Red Bull Racing) team have put in.

But the German has slipped to 34 points behind the Mercedes driver with five races to go and a maximum of 125 points still available.

The Briton, 28 points clear of Vettel with six races remaining, was also sixth in the opening practice at a wet Sepang.

Vettel might even have caught Ricciardo, moving to within one second of the Australian driver late on.

"I am very proud".

"I was really happy when I crossed the line".

Sunday's race could have been Raikkonen's best chance of victory this season at the track where he took his first Formula One win in 2003.

With five races to go, Hamilton is edging ever closer to the title but Ferrari had a weekend to forget, after Kimi Raikkonen didn't even make the starting grid and Vettel lost a rear wheel in a weird smash after the finish line.

The German's auto was badly damaged in the incident, limping along on three wheels, with Vettel then hitching a ride back to the pits on compatriot Pascal Wehrlein's Sauber.

Verstappen says he knew that and made a decision to take full advantage.

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Unlike Spain, where he cashed in after the two Mercedes collided, he won in Malaysia on pace.

The Finn, who recorded his maiden grand prix win at Malaysia back in 2003, thought he might have pipped Hamilton to pole but was edged out by just four-hundredths of a second.

The race started off with Kimi Raikkonen failing to make the start owing to an unfortunate technical problem allowing F1 leader Hamilton to move forward in the race for the championship. "We should have won today, but we just didn't have the pace".

"Especially after the season I've had, I think this victory came at a very good time", he said.

Since signing a new Mercedes contract for next year, Bottas has hit a poor spell of form and he finished fifth. They were struggling for pace here and that's why I think Lewis is a little bit downbeat about it.

"There are still a lot of things we need to try to understand, we need to learn from today". Stroll regained the place at the first turn a few laps later, right at the same time as Stoffel Vandoorne's McLaren came out of the pits.

Stroll, who finished eighth for Williams, believed that it was unintentional from both drivers.

Sebastian Vettel pointed the finger of blame at Lance Stroll following their "completely unnecessary" post-race collision at the Malaysian Grand Prix, but the young Canadian insisted he was not responsible.



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