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Vettel felt energized in Singapore by letters of support

Sebastian Vettel says the support he received from fans after his difficult Monza weekend a fortnight ago invigorated him ahead of last weekend's Singapore Grand Prix. At Marina Bay, Vettel conquered his 53rd career win in F1, finally ending a dry spell initiated after the 2018 Belgian Grand Prix, his last success with Ferrari. For the four-time world champion, Sunday's victory was a much-needed vindication after such a trying period and the criticism he faced after the Scuderia's home race at Monza. "The last couple of weeks for me have been not the best,” he admitted. "But it’s been incredible, to be honest, to get so much support, so many letters, so many nice messages....
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