Formula One: 'Anyone but Vettel' at Singapore Grand Prix
SINGAPORE (AFP) - Sebastian Vettel looks set to extend his mastery of Formula One this week but neutrals and his rivals will be hoping for a different winner at the spectacular Singapore Grand Prix.
Former world champions Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen will compete the first time since being confirmed as a driving pair for Ferrari next year, a partnership which has set tongues wagging.
But all signs point to the likelihood that Vettel will be the man spraying champagne on Sunday night after taking another decisive step towards an astonishing fourth straight title.
The amiable German, 26, has won the last two night races around Singapore's spotlit street circuit and three of the last four this season, opening up a 53-point lead over Alonso.