Although Lewis Hamilton wouldn't mind a few more race wins and World titles, he says he doesn't want to dominant the sport like Sebastian Vettel.
Vettel romped away with the race victory in Singapore on Sunday night, easily outpacing the field to cross the line 33 seconds ahead of Fernando Alonso.
His victory meant the Red Bull racer extended his advantage in the Drivers' Championship which he now leads by 60 points with six races remaining.
It's fair to say that baring a disaster, Vettel is on the cusp of winning a fourth successive World title.
And although Hamilton admires the German's success, he says he wouldn't want to be so far ahead that it's no longer a competition.
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