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Formula 1’s Driver Power Rankings After 2014 Singapore Grand Prix

Formula One's 2014 Singapore Grand Prix was what could be described as a "slow burner." Nico Rosberg's pre-race electrical difficulties and subsequent retirement proved the most interesting part of a dour opening hour. Gaps were comfortable, tyres were healthy and overtaking was kept to a minimum. But then Adrian Sutil had a moment of inattention going into Turn 8, and everything changed. The Sauber man drifted across the track, apparently unaware Sergio Perez was trying to go around the outside, and the Mexican had nowhere to go. His front wing was heavily damaged and bent out of shape. One corner later it failed in spectacular fashion, spraying shards of carbon fibre across the circuit. The safety car emerged, strategies were compromised ...

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