Singapore - Sebastian Vettel ended a 13-month win drought by leading a Ferrari one-two victory at the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday, while Lewis Hamilton finished fourth but stretched his championship lead to 65 points.
The German, whose last victory was in Belgium in August 2018, took the chequered flag 2.641 seconds ahead of unhappy Monegasque team-mate Charles Leclerc.
"I really want to thank the fans over the last couple of weeks," said Vettel, referring to their continued support after a difficult few months. "I put it all into the car today."
Leclerc, 21, had started on pole position for the third race in a row but ended seething at a strategy call that played into Vettel's hands by pitting the German first while his team-mate was leading.
The decision leapfrogged Vettel, who had started third, into the lead after Leclerc had pitted.