Is it that damned crooked finger with which Sebastian Vettel always signifies yet another victory or pole position? Is it team boss Christian Horner's banal and monotonous message: "Fantastic, Seb, you've just won the Whatever Grand Prix"? Or is it perhaps what Vettel did so ruthlessly to team-mate Mark Webber in Malaysia?
The German looks set for his fourth world title in a row
The Red Bull driver broke down on the final lap
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Team principal says nothing should be ruled out in search for new driver
Finn in no-show after snub from Sebastian Vettel's team but Lewis Hamilton still on a high as season resumes
Ricciardo looks set to be named as Sebastian Vettel's new team-mate for next season after Kimi Raikkonen is ruled out of the running
Mark Webber's wheel came off in the pit lane
Heavy rain meant cars and drivers stayed in garages till final 10 practice minutes
Mark Webber today announced that he will leave Formula One at the end of this season.
Former champion says new engines will make ‘brain power’ as vital as horsepower for drivers
The German has been on pole position at the last two races
Australian has been linked with a move to Porsche
Spaniard won his 31st Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton lit up the Mercedes garage by grabbing his first pole position for the team since joining them at the start of the year.
Beleaguered Red Bull team principal Christian Horner did little yesterday to dispel the widely held belief that Sebastian Vettel's actions in stealing the Malaysian Grand Prix from team-mate Mark Webber, and his subsequent fanning of the flames of controversy here, have emasculated Horner's authority.