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Live Reporting

Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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    Nico Rosberg has the momentum as Formula 1 prepares to head to Malaysia in two weeks time. 

    The German leads by eight points with six races remaining but Lewis Hamilton will be hungry to fight back. 

    The next race can't come soon enough. I'm off to enjoy a Singapore Sling. Cheerio.

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    Almost time for us to shut things down for the day but before we do, have a read of Andrew Benson's race report here.

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    Lewis Hamilton had the 2015 title wrapped up with three races remaining but this year's battle is one you can see going right to the wire - 55% of you can see the title being decided in Abu Dhabi.

  5. 'This one really hurts'

    A reminder that Haas' Romain Grosjean didn't make the start line because of a brake problem.

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    Nico Rosberg celebrates winning the Singapore GP

    Nico Rosberg certainly likes a jaunty leap in the air...

    Nico Rosberg celebrates winning the Singapore GP
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    Josh Davies: It looks like the stars have perfectly aligned for rosberg this year. Hope I'm wrong.

  8. Hamilton's 'very trying weekend'

    Lewis Hamilton, who now trails Nico Rosberg by eight points in the world championship, tells Sky Sports he couldn't have done better than finish third because of his brake issues.

    "It was a very trying weekend but these ones come along sometimes and you just have to take it on the chin," he says.

    Asked about his complaints over team radio about Mercedes' strategy calls, he says it didn't make a difference to the result but adds: "On lap 14 they pitted me on the same lap as Daniel and that didn't make sense to me."

    Asked how tough it was to now be behind Rosberg, he replies: "It's not as tough as you think, I don't know why. I haven't been in this position at this stage of the season."

    Lewis Hamilton
  9. I've got 99 podiums...

    Image caption: Catching up. Lewis Hamilton has 99 podium finishes, seven behind Alain Prost (Forix)

    Lewis Hamilton creeps closer to Alain Prost's record in the all-time career podiums list. 

    He is third on his list with 99 podiums, seven behind Prost. Michael Schumacher tops the list with 155.

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    Damon Hill
    Image caption: Damon Hill claimed his 22nd and final F1 win at the 1998 Belgian Grand Prix (Forix)

    Victory for Nico Rosberg - his eight of the year - moves him level with Damon Hill on 22 career wins and into joint 13th in the all time list.

  11. Kvyat 'back to normal'

    Daniil Kvyat is wearing a big smile on his face in the media pen after that race. He gave as good as he got against Max Verstappen with some driving that will no doubt boost his confidence after a tough year for the Russia.

    "I loved racing today," he said after finishing ninth. "It was good to feel the passion. I'm back to normal."  

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    That was Nico Rosberg's 22nd win of his career. Only three drivers have won more races after 200 starts - Michael Schumacher (76), Fernando Alonso (31) and Nelson Piquet (23).

  13. Singapore selfie

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    Eight points between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton with six races to go. Toto Wolff thinks the title race is going to go down to the wire, but what about you? You have until 16:00 BST to tell us what you think in our vote, which can be seen on the right side of this page (desktop users) or by clicking on the vote tab.

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    Video caption: Nico Rosberg wins the Singapore Grand Prix by 0.4 seconds.
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    AngelinedeH: Hamilton is such a bad loser! Maybe some non podium finishes will help him to appreciate it more.

    Rssot: Shame we never see Nico Rosberg as gracious in defeat as Lewis Hamilton.

    Marcus P Knight: Textbook controlled drive from #NR6 to take lead. Lukewarm F1 GP from #LH44. Imagine UK headlines if the boot was on other foot!

    Lewis Hamilton
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    No fireworks for Ferrari after a bad strategy call cost Kimi Raikkonen a real chance of finishing third. 

    Still, there was something to celebrate - Sebastian Vettel's fantastic drive. The German, a four-time winner in Singapore, climbed from dead last to finish fifth.

  18. I'm still in the fight - Hamilton

    Third-placed Lewis Hamilton: "Definitely not [a great weekend] but firstly big congratulations to Nico - he drove fantastically all weekend.

    "This weekend has been a tricky one for me but I'm just happy to get on the podium and get some points for the team.

    "The brakes were way overheating so I had to slow down. Once I did my second or third stop we managed to sort it out."

    Martin Brundle mentions that Hamilton is now eight points behind Mercedes team-mate Rosberg:

    "It's a lot different to when I was here last year but I'm still in the fight and I'm going to give it everything I've got."

  19. No shoey for Dan

    Daniel Ricciardo refrained from drinking champagne from his boot. Given the fact he has just had to do a two hour race in those boots in that heat and humidity, it's a very wise choice.

    Daniel Ricciardo
  20. 'We gave it a shot'

    Daniel Ricciardo, who finished second: "We have come close on numerous occasions but I am not disappointed. We gave it a shot, we got with half a second. It was close.

    "As soon as did a pit stop we thought Nico would come in. I pushed hard on the tyres."

    Daniel Ricciardo