I feel bad for Vettel, considering he drove a flawless race up until that fateful mistake at turn 06. He did not put a foot wrong, he did not slip up even once during the forty five restarts, he ensured he built up enough of a gap each time he had to run away from the cars behind him, but he did put one wheel on the wet & slippery stuff and he did lock his rear wheels when he had the silver arrows of one Jenson Button shooting towards him, right into his rear view mirrors.
I must mention the double DRS failed me this weekend. The driver behind could use the DRS down the last straight leading into the chicane and start finish stretch. He could continue using it down the start finish and build up a bigger lead even though he had overtaken the car ahead before the last chicane. If the stewards had allowed the overtaken car to use the DRS down the main straight then it could have made for a lot more excitement. The method employed allowed the driver behind to get away after overtaking the guy in front.