The title race in F1 seemed like a boring, dull affair in the first Grand Prix of the 2015 calender with Mercedes dominating the race and Lewis Hamilton winning the first Grand Prix of the year, the Australian Grand Prix. But things changed in the second race of the season with Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel clinching the win in the decisive and drama filled Malaysian Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel moved from Red Bull to Ferrari this season with gleaming hope and resurgence, Ferrari had the worst F1 season last year in 21 year with only two podium finishes and Sebastian Vettel's move to the Ferrari company seemed like the best move for Ferrari. Lewis Hamilton dominated the qualifying of the Malaysian Grand Prix by clinching the Pole Position but things seemed odd for the driver when the Safety car was pulled in the fourth lap and Lewis Hamilton was called in the pit stops for Tyre change and Vettel continued with the race and when Vettel was called for pit stop he already had an eight seconds lead over the Mercedes driver. The win for Sebastian Vettel for Ferrari is the first win for Ferrari since 2013 and in 34 Grand Prix. This win will undoubtedly boost the confidence of the Ferrari team and will help them in challenging for the title and clinching wins in the other Grand Prix.