Singapore GP: Sebastian Vettel's night to remember

Singapore has been transformed into a temporary race track for one weekend only as the Marina Bay Street Circuit hosts the grand prix
Miss Universe winners from eight different countries parade through the pit lane adding glamour to the occasion
The unique set-up for the race sees local drivers mixing with the grand prix racers - well, almost
The Singapore Grand Prix, which made its F1 debut in 2008, is the only night race on the calendar
Felipe Massa revealed he won't be at Ferrari next season, having been with the Italian team since 2006, and is on the hunt for another seat
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel praised the work of his team, as he won his seventh race of the year and 33rd of his career
The sights and sounds in Singapore are unique, as are the landmarks, such as the world's biggest Ferris wheel which is visible from the track
The big stars were out in force too. As well as Rihanna, Justin Bieber and Sir Tom Jones, former England captain David Beckham was in attendance
All the big names want to be a part of proceedings in Singapore and Rihanna performed before the race, while Justin Bieber was due on stage to close the event
Mark Webber hitched a lift back to the pits from Fernando Alonso after his car failed to finish but it proved to be an expensive lift as he was handed a 10-place grid penalty
Vettel was near in touchable once he re-passed Nico Rosberg for the lead at Turn Two, blitzing off into the distance under the lights in Singapore
Once again it's Vettel who dominates the grand prix to open up a 60-point lead in the championship ahead of second-placed Alonso