His Championship hopes may have taken a heavy blow, but Fernando Alonso left Singapore a happy man after finishing second.
A poor qualifying session meant the Ferrari driver started seventh on the grid, but he made up for it as he was up to P3 after the first lap on Sunday. A good strategy from the team that saw him stop during the deployment of the safety car helped him to finish second behind Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull and with Lotus' Kimi Raikkonen third.
Vettel's victory means he now has a comfortable 60-point lead over Alonso in the standings with only six races left this season.
Alonso admits they were always going to struggle to match the pace of Vettel's Red Bull and is happy...
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