Marshalls clearing up debris from the track after Vitaly Petrov t-boned Michael Schumacher on lap 15 make a hasty escape, alerted by the infernal gurgle of the SLS AMG safety car’s V8. This looked very hairy.

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Lewis Hamilton during Friday practice.

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Hamilton was very, very weird all weekend. Like a Grand Prix driver from a bygone age, very raw, very honest, very non-PR.

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That’s ten wins for Sebastian Vettel in 2011. One more and he’ll equal Michael Schumacher’s 2002 run. If he wins all three remaining races, he will tie Schumacher’s 13 wins from 2004 for most wins in a season.

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The man to beat in 2011, on his way to win #20 in his career.

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Mark Webber makes a dusty getaway after a pitstop. It was here in South Korea last year that his championship campaign imploded. He hasn’t won a race since then.

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On their parade lap, Formula One cars pick up discarded bits of rubber from the track to make sure they’ll be over the minimum weight limit. The result looks like pasta even the Italians wouldn’t have a name for.

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Starting from pole, Lewis Hamilton was soon overtaken by Sebastian Vettel.

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The safety car out, after Schumacher’s accident.

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Korean dude in the background would make for a splendid 4chan meme.

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This was Lewis Hamilton’s single facial expression all weekend.

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Awesome, serrated trophies.

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