After the race when the emotions are gone I always feel extremely lonely.

Whole weekend I am a companion and a follower of F1 world.
I live only for those 11 teams and 22 heroes.
Often I have to reject some great invitations for the meeting with friends.
Well maybe I’m mad.

And here I am.
Sitting in my room, searching for some more F1 news, wondering what to do next.

But I do not regret.
It is worth it.
All the emotions, all the drama, all the awesomeness.
That’s what I gain watching F1.

Lewis Hamilton moved into the lead of the 2014 drivers’ championship after claiming a superb victory in Singapore on Sunday, as Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg failed to finish. Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel led briefly in the closing stages but had to settle for second, just ahead of team mate Daniel Ricciardo and Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso
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#F1 Poll: How would you rate the 2014 FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX?

#F1 Poll: How would you rate the 2014 FORMULA 1 SINGAPORE AIRLINES #SingaporeGP?

With one of the main protagonist not making the formation lap the 2014 Singapore Grand Prix was depending on other drivers to spice up the race. Hamilton made easy work of staying ahead and although a safety car almost robbed him of a win he managed to do enough to make his last stop for fresh rubber with 10 laps to go and take the win.

How would you rate the 2014 Singapore Grand Prix? Please…

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