GIVING RIVALS 'THE FINGER': Sebastian Vettel celebrates his Singapore GP with his trademark 'victory finger'. Image: AP / Ng Han Guan
Singapore - Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel won the 2015 Singapore GP and runaway championship-leader Lewis Hamilton retired mid-race, injecting new life into the fight for the Formula 1 title.
Vettel led from start to finish in a race that was temporarily interrupted by a fan wandering on the track.
Other moments include many collisions on track, rookie Max Verstappen ignoring "team orders" and Hamilton's first retirement of the 2015 season.
Team Ferrari was so ecstatic about Sebastian Vettel's Singapore victory that its post-race celebrations got out of hand.
As it happened: 2015 Singapore GP
Toro Rosso gave teenager Max Verstappen the all-clear after he refused orders to allow team mate Carlos Sainz to overtake at the 2015 Singapore GP.
Dominating in Singapore
Vettel wins the 42nd race of his career to draw within eight points of Mercedes' second-placed Nico Rosberg on the overall drivers' standings.
Poor Weekend for Hamilton
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton retires for the first time in 2015, after suffering "multiple issues". This allowed for a first non-Mercedes podium this season and livens up an otherwise stagnant championship.
'There's a fan on the track'
The race was disrupted by a man on the track, prompting safety-car intervention.
Massa, Hulkenberg crash
A collision between Felipe Massa and Nico Hulkenberg knocks the former out of the race and also brings out the safety car. Hulkenberg is later handed a grid-penalty by officials.
Max says 'No!' to team orders
Seventeen-year-old Max Verstappen fights back from last to eighth after refusing Toro Rosso orders to yield to his team mate Carlos Sainz.
Only 14 drivers finish as six cars are forced out on the bumpy, technical street circuit. Does McLaren have a "tough weekend for the teams" scheduled tweet?
2015 Singapore Grand Prix at Marina Bay Street Circuit: Results
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