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They say that everything in Texas is bigger and, unfortunately, here in Austin yesterday that meant the delays caused by the weather.
The four-time IndyCar champions announced his retirement yesterday due to injuries he suffered in a horrific crash at the Grand Prix of Houston last month
Perez announced on Twitter that he was leaving the team after just a year since joining from Sauber and he'll be replaced by the untried Magnussen
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On a day when the imminence of Sebastian Vettel’s fourth consecutive World Championship paled into insignificance in the face of Maria de Villota’s human story, the German once again took control of events on the racetrack.
The Mercedes duo of Hamilton and Nico Rosberg topped the timesheets in first practice before Vettel and Mark Webber followed suit in second practice with a Red Bull one-two
The German Red Bull driver is set for his fourth world title in a row
The German driver looks set for a fourth world title in a row after victory in the Korean Grand Prix
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Vettel sits 60 points ahead of Fernando Alonso who along with Mark Webber was handed a reprimand which sees the Aussie given a 10-place grid penalty in Korea
Closest rivals Alonso and Hamilton struggle in qualifying for today's Singapore Grand Prix
Vettel has won three of the last four races and has given himself the best chance to increase his run tomorrow
The former adviser to Max Mosley emerges as a strong contender for the FIA presidency
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.
The Mercedes driver finished third in Spa
Championship leader cruises past Briton on first turn and increases his hold on world title