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Sebastian Vettel on his way to pole position for the Singapore Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel secures pole for the Singapore Grand Prix in yet another show of dominance by the Red Bull driver

Vettel has won three of the last four races and has given himself the best chance to increase his run tomorrow

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Force India’s Paul di Resta, centre, crashes into Romain Grosjean’s Lotus at Monza

Sebastian Vettel shrugs off Italian boos as Lewis Hamilton faces mountain climb

German extends his championship lead to 53 points over Ferrari's Fernando Alonso after flag-to-flag victory at Monza

Title rivals catching up with Sebastian Vettel after final Italian Grand Prix practice

Sebastian Vettel retained his advantage in practice for the Italian Grand Prix but his rivals were at least a little closer after the final session.

Sebastian Vettel cuts a dash during practice in the Italian Grand Prix yesterday

David Ward throws hat into ring and takes the fight to Jean Todt

The former adviser to Max Mosley emerges as a strong contender for the FIA presidency

Sebastian Vettel cruised to the 31st win of his Formula One career

F1 Belgian Grand Prix: Red Bull head to Monza happy after easy win

They are still pinching themselves in Milton Keynes, home of the Red Bull Racing team. They have been used to winning races and world championships over the past three seasons – no other team or driver has had a look-in in the drivers’ and constructors’ series since Sebastian Vettel was first crowned in 2010 – but even they were astonished at the ease with which he destroyed opposition from Ferrari and Mercedes at Spa-Francorchamps on Sunday.

Google considering turning self-driving cars into a 'robo-taxi' service

Reports following $258m investment in taxi-hailing app Uber by the search giant

Lewis Hamilton will start on pole at the Belgian Grand Prix

F1: Lewis Hamilton eyes Singapore Grand Prix to make next assault on title

The Mercedes driver finished third in Spa

Sebastian Vettel cruised to the 31st win of his Formula One career as not even Greenpeace protestors could throw a spanner in the works of the German's Belgian Grand Prix triumph.

Belgian Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel blows away Lewis Hamilton’s title challenge inside 30 seconds

Championship leader cruises past Briton on first turn and increases his hold on world title

Belgian Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel wins in Belgium despite protests

Sebastian Vettel cruised to the 31st win of his Formula One career as not even Greenpeace protestors could throw a spanner in the works of the German's Belgian Grand Prix triumph.

Sebastian Vettel in action during the third practice session of the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps
Sebastian Vettel was quickest in practice at Spa-Francorchamps

Belgian GP: Red Bull door surprisingly reopens for Kimi Raikkonen

Team principal says nothing should be ruled out in search for new driver

The spoof advert features a Mercedes C-class car driving through an Austrian village in 1890 and hitting a boy, seemingly a young Hitler

A world without Adolf Hitler – but not everyone’s happy

Mercedes fails to see the funny side of spoof advert that’s been a big hit online

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