Sergio Perez holds off Charles Leclerc to win the Singapore Grand Prix, while Max Verstappen is denied the title.
Sergio Perez beat out Charles Leclerc to win the Singapore Grand Prix, while Max Verstappen had to settle for seventh place to clinch the world championship.
Red Bull's Perez, on the other hand, will have to wait until after the race for a stewards investigation for an infringement during one of the five safety car (three of which were virtual) interruptions.
Perez finished 7.5 seconds ahead of Leclerc, implying that a 10-second penalty would award victory to Ferrari's Leclerc.
Verstappen, who needed to win the race from eighth on the grid to claim his second consecutive title at the Marina Bay Street Circuit, appeared to be in contention for a podium finish before making a mistake that flat-spotted his tyres and forced him to pit.
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