I'm not too anxious about the point difference, says Sebastian Vettel

I'm not too anxious about the point difference, says Sebastian Vettel

"Hamilton achieved his 60th win at the 202nd attempt, 15 years after Schumacher became the first F1 driver to 60 with victory at the 2002 British GP".

Daniel Ricciardo is lucky enough to be one of 10 drivers who've won the race.

Sebastian Vettel will not be adopting a more conservative approach to race starts despite the dramatic Singapore Grand Prix clash which shifted the championship momentum towards title rival Lewis Hamilton. Wolff said: "You can compare Malaysia to Silverstone probably, where we have been very good at high speed".

"In Monza we didn't do our best and equally Mercedes were very strong.it's mostly in Singapore where we didn't race".

"I'm very grateful to the team".

"Today we arrived and the vehicle was much better, but still I think it looked like the Ferraris were a little bit ahead". Speaking to reporters yesterday, the four-time champion said he had moved on from the Singapore crash and wasn't fazed by the deficit to Hamilton that he now faces.

"I had a couple of hard race weeks for myself in the last few weeks but really hoping to lift my performance this weekend", said the 28-year-old driver from Finland.

Verstappen secured third place in China - the second race of the season - but has not been on the podium since and has failed to finish seven races, mainly because of engine problems. "So if nothing goes wrong with the vehicle then he's in a really strong position".

Vettel and Ferrari had looked dominant over the Malaysia GP practice sessions prior to Saturday's shootout.

"It feels unbelievable, honestly".

Vettel had surprisingly held the upper hand over Hamilton throughout practice but suffered an issue in the final session and required a new engine.

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"There is no real target. I was hopeful they would be quicker today but without a doubt tomorrow they will be on our tail".

"I think the other races, I'm not sure I remember all of them, but 2013 obviously was a bit of a special one - which came with a bit of noise after the race - but still I think it was a good race". I made the most out of it, there are always things to improve but no lap is every 100 percent flawless anywhere.

"It's part of motor racing", the German told Sky Sports F1.

Vettel has looked like giving Hamilton a run for his money for much of the season but recent results have left him lingering.

Malaysia has hosted some epic tussles down the years.

There has also been controversy.

Mistakes on some level are unavoidable but the severity of Vettel sandwiching Red Bull's Max Verstappen in Singapore can not be underestimated in terms of the title. The Australian was furious.

Who will come out on top in Sepang?

Organisers of the Malaysia Grand Prix have made it clear that despite hopes F1 might return to the country, it wouldn't be welcome, even if it was given for free. When asked about Sunday's start, Verstappen quickly said "I don't want to be sandwiched" before the microphone was thrust under Raikkonen's nose for a response. Choose from that what you're going to miss'.

"When you get that close it's disappointing", he explained.

Conversely, Gasly's new teammate Carlos Sainz will be sad to see it go.