Lewis Hamilton reigned victorious in a chaotic Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday to dominate the Formula One world championship as Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel crashed in the first lap.
Vettel, team-mate Kimi Raikkonen and Red Bull's Max Verstappen barely managed to get any time off the start of the race before they crashed.
According to Skysports, the incident of Verstappen placing the blame on Vettel, and Ferrari blaming Verstappen was investigated by the stewards. They however concluded that no driver was 'wholly or predominantly to blame'.
Despite three safety cars, Hamilton dominated through the wet conditions and cruised as the conditions began to clear up.
The race ended with 12 drivers as Hamilton, who started as fifth on the grid increased his championship lead to 28 points after finishing in first place.
On Saturday evening, the Mercedes driver admitted that he needed a "miracle" but would never have imagined it happening in this way; merely seconds into the race. After the race he said, "I capitalised on the incident (crash). It's really unfortunate for Ferrari but great for the team."
He claimed his third consecutive win; the 60th in his career with six Grand Prix remaining for the year.
Watch the crash below: