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COMMANDING POSITION: Hamilton in action (above) during the first free practice session of the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix on Friday. Hamilton and Mercedes are expected to continue their dominance in Singapore this weekend.
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COMMANDING POSITION: Hamilton in action (above) during the first free practice session of the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix on Friday. Hamilton and Mercedes are expected to continue their dominance in Singapore this weekend.
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Whoever wants to overtake Hamilton has to hope the Briton not only sits out at least the next two races but also does not win more than three of the remainder.
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Racing ahead

The Singapore Grand Prix looks like a perfunctory stop for the championship leader on his way to the 2015 title.
Sep 19, 2015 5:50 AM

TWELVE down and seven to go but is there really any point in having a debate about who will win the 2015 championship? Like the racing abbreviation DNF, chances are any such discussion will be classified Did Not Finish.

With 19 races on this year's Formula One calendar and 12 run so far,