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The 2013 Formula One season was the 64th season of FIA Formula One motor racing.

It was the final season of the current 2.4 litre V8 engines, which are to be replaced in 2014 be environmentally-friendly and more fuel-efficient 1.6 litre V6 turbochanged engines.

The defending Constructors' Champions were Red Bull-Renault, who secured their third consecutive title at the United States Grand Prix. The defending Drivers' Champion was Sebastian Vettel.

It was held over nineteen races, beginning in Australia on March 17th, and concluding in Brazil on November 24th.

Both Vettel and Red Bull-Renault secured their titles, both taking 13 wins in the process.


Teams and DriversEdit

Entry ListEdit

Constructor Chassis Tyre No. Driver Rounds Test/Reserve Drivers
Team Engine
Red Bull-Renault RB9 P 1 Germany Sebastian Vettel All
Austria Infiniti Red Bull Racing Renault RS27-2013 2 Australia Mark Webber All
Ferrari F138 P 3 Spain Fernando Alonso All
Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 056 4 Brazil Felipe Massa All
McLaren-Mercedes MP4-28 P 5 United Kingdom Jenson Button All
United Kingdom Vodafone McLaren Mercedes Mercedes FO 108Z 6 Mexico Sergio Pérez All
Lotus-Renault E21 P 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 1-17
United Kingdom Lotus F1 Team Renault RS27-2013 7 Finland Heikki Kovalainen 18–19
8 France Romain Grosjean All
Mercedes F1 W04 P 9 Germany Nico Rosberg All
Germany Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team Mercedes FO 108Z 10 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton All
Sauber-Ferrari C32 P 11 Germany Nico Hülkenberg All
Switzerland Sauber F1 Team Ferrari 056 12 Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez All
Force India-Mercedes VJM06 P 14 United Kingdom Paul di Resta All
India Sahara Force India F1 Team Mercedes FO 108Z 15 Germany Adrian Sutil All
Williams-Renault FW35 P 16 Venezuela Pastor Maldonado All United Kingdom Susie Wolff
Spain Daniel Juncadella
United Kingdom Williams F1 Team Renault RS27-2013 17 Finland Valtteri Bottas All
Toro Rosso-Ferrari STR8 P 18 France Jean-Éric Vergne All
Italy Scuderia Toro Rosso Ferrari 056 19 Australia Daniel Ricciardo All
Caterham-Renault CT03 P 20 France Charles Pic All
Malaysia Caterham F1 Team Renault RS27-2013 21 Netherlands Giedo van der Garde All
Marussia-Cosworth MR02 P 22 France Jules Bianchi All
Russia Marussia F1 Team Cosworth CA2013 23 United Kingdom Max Chilton All

* Driver took part in at least one Friday practice session.

Dates Drivers ConfirmedEdit

Driver Date Confirmed Team
Sebastian Vettel March 15, 2011 Red Bull-Renault
Fernando Alonso May 19, 2011 Ferrari
Jenson Button October 5, 2011 McLaren-Mercedes
Nico Rosberg November 10, 2011 Mercedes
Mark Webber July 10, 2012 Red Bull-Renault
Sergio Pérez September 28, 2012 McLaren-Mercedes
Lewis Hamilton September 28, 2012 Mercedes
Felipe Massa October 16, 2012 Ferrari
Kimi Räikkönen October 29, 2012 Lotus-Renault
Nico Hülkenberg October 31, 2012 Sauber-Ferrari
Daniel Ricciardo October 31, 2012 Toro Rosso-Ferrari
Jean-Éric Vergne October 31, 2012 Toro Rosso-Ferrari
Esteban Gutiérrez November 23, 2012 Sauber-Ferrari
Charles Pic November 23, 2012 Caterham-Renault
Pastor Maldonado November 28, 2012 Williams-Renault
Valtteri Bottas November 28, 2012 Williams-Renault
Romain Grosjean December 17, 2012 Lotus-Renault
Max Chilton December 17, 2012 Marussia-Cosworth
Paul di Resta February 1, 2013 Force India-Mercedes
Giedo van der Garde February 1, 2013 Caterham-Renault
Adrian Sutil February 28, 2013 Force India-Mercedes
Jules Bianchi March 1, 2013 Marussia-Cosworth

Redundant Driver ConfirmationsEdit

Driver Date Confirmed Date Cancelled Team Reason
Pedro de la Rosa November 21, 2011 December 1, 2012 HRT-Cosworth Team pulled out of F1
Timo Glock July 24, 2011 January 21, 2013 Marussia-Cosworth Lack of sponsorship payments
Luiz Razia February 6, 2013 March 1, 2013 Marussia-Cosworth Lack of sponsorship payments

Car launch datesEdit

Vettel 2013 Jerez day 4

Red Bull-Renault won the Constructors' Championship with their RB9, sealing the title at the Indian Grand Prix at the same time as Sebastian Vettel.

Team Car Date Where
Lotus-Renault E21 January 28 Enstone
McLaren-Mercedes MP4-28 January 31 Woking
Force India-Mercedes VJM06 February 1 Silverstone
Ferrari F138 February 1 Maranello
Sauber-Ferrari C32 February 2 Hinwil
Red Bull-Renault RB9 February 3 Milton Keynes
Mercedes F1 W04 February 4 Jerez
Toro Rosso STR8 February 4 Jerez
Caterham-Renault CT03 February 5 Jerez
Marussia-Cosworth MR02 February 5 Jerez
Williams-Renault FW35 February 19 Barcelona

Team ChangesEdit

  • HRT was put up for sale by its owners, and there were several prospective buyers. A buyer was not found before the 30 November deadline, and the team were not included in the 2013 entry list, and were soon liquidated.

Driver ChangesEdit

  • Michael Schumacher announced his retirement from the sport last year and his place in Mercedes was taken by Lewis Hamilton.
  • McLaren Signed up Sergio Perez as Hamilton's replacement after a successful second year at Sauber.
  • Sauber has a new lineup this year with Nico Hulkenberg joining the team after a year in Force India and will Partner test driver Esteban Gutierrez who finished 3rd in the GP3 series. as a result Kamui Kobayashi was left without a drive and elected on getting a seat for 2014 instead.
  • After a year absence Adrain Sutil returns to the sport at Force India, the team he drove before being replaced.
  • Williams signed up test driver Valtteri Bottas after a series of Friday morning practices in 2012. After the deal was made Bruno Senna left the team.
  • Charles Pic joined Caterham after signing a two year deal and will be teaming up with their test driver Giedo van der Garde. As a result Heikki Kovalainen & Vitaly Petrov were left without a driver, however Kovalainen stayed as test driver will Petrov left the sport.
  • Marussia signed up Max Chilton to the team and was originally to drive alongside Timo Glock, but Glock quitted the team before testing and signup Luiz Razia but he had his contract terminated just after 3 weeks because of lack of sponsorship and was replaced by Jules Bianchi.
  • With HRT closing down Pedro de la Rosa and Narain Karthikeyan were left without a drive. de la Rosa later became Ferrari's test driver will Karthikeyan contested in the endurance series.

Mid-seasonEdit

Lotus-Renault

CalendarEdit

Race ScheduleEdit

Round Race title Grand Prix Circuit Date Time Tyres
Local UTC Option Prime
1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix Australian GP Australia Albert Park, Melbourne March 17 17:00 06:00 Supersoft Medium
2 Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix Malaysian GP Malaysia Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpur March 24 16:00 08:00 Medium Hard
3 UBS Chinese Grand Prix Chinese GP China Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai April 14 15:00 07:00 Soft Medium
4 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix Bahrain GP Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir April 21 15:00 12:00 Medium Hard
5 Gran Premio de España Spanish GP Spain Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona May 12 14:00 12:00 Medium Hard
6 Grand Prix de Monaco Monaco GP Monaco Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo May 26 14:00 12:00 Supersoft Soft
7 Grand Prix du Canada Canadian GP Canada Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal June 9 14:00 18:00 Supersoft Medium
8 British Grand Prix British GP United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone June 30 13:00 12:00 Medium Hard
9 Großer Preis Santander von Deutschland German GP Germany Nürburgring, Nürburg July 7 14:00 12:00 Soft Medium
10 Eni Magyar Nagydíj Hungarian GP Hungary Hungaroring, Budapest July 28 14:00 12:00 Soft Medium
11 Shell Belgian Grand Prix Belgian GP Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa August 25 14:00 12:00 Medium Hard
12 Gran Premio Santander d'Italia Italian GP Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza September 8 14:00 12:00 Medium Hard
13 Singapore Grand Prix Singapore GP Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit, Marina Bay September 22 20:00 12:00 Supersoft Medium
14 Korean Grand Prix Korean GP South Korea Korea International Circuit, Yeongam October 6 15:00 06:00 Supersoft Medium
15 Japanese Grand Prix Japanese GP Japan Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka October 13 15:00 06:00 Medium Hard
16 Airtel Indian Grand Prix Indian GP India Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida October 27 15:00 09:30 Soft Medium
17 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Abu Dhabi GP United Arab Emirates Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi November 3 17:00 13:00 Soft Medium
18 United States Grand Prix United States GP United States Circuit of the Americas, Austin November 17 13:00 19:00 Medium Hard
19 Gran Prêmio do Brasil Brazilian GP Brazil Autódriomo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo November 24 14:00 16:00 Medium Hard


Calendar changesEdit

  • Cancelled races:
    • The inaugural Grand Prix of America was originally scheduled to take place on June 16th, but was cancelled due to the organisers being unable to acquire the required permits and license in time. The event was then set to début in 2014 but did not appear on that calendar either.
  • Races on the 2012 calendar, but not the 2013 calendar:
  • Proposed races for the 2013 calendar, and not on the 2012 calendar:
    • A race in Europe was intended take place on July 21st. This resulted in a change from the provisional calendar, as it has forced the German Grand Prix to take place a week earlier than initially planned. A Grand Prix or circuit was not found, and the proposal was put down.
    • The primary choice appeared to be a return of the Turkish Grand Prix (which last took place in 2011). The circuit, Istanbul Park, has gone under a change of ownership, however, the Turkish Government was not willing to supply additional funds, and cannot host the race.
    • The Red Bull Ring, which would host the Austrian Grand Prix, was in a strong position in to host the extra race. Despite the event not going ahead, the Austrian circuit did make the 2014 calendar.
    • Another option was the return of the French Grand Prix (which last took place in 2008). There were two possible venues for the French GP, the Circuit Paul Ricard (which hosted in the 1970s and 1980s) and Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours (which hosted in the 1990s and 2000s).
    • A return of the Portuguese Grand Prix was also proposed.
  • Circuit changes:
  • Schedule changes:

Season ReviewEdit

Pre-season testing: Jerez testEdit

After the "launch season", in which all but Williams launched their 2013 cars, testing began at the Circuito de Jerez in Jerez de la Frontera. All eleven teams attended. McLaren showed off the pace of their car on the first day, Jenson Button achieving a very strong time on the first day on hard tyres. Felipe Massa set the fastest time of the test on a six-lap run on soft tyres on the third day.

Pre-season testing: Barcelona test 1Edit

Williams finally launched their car; and Fernando Alonso returned to drive the Ferrari after missing out on the first test. The first three days went without too much issues, with a large number of laps being driven, with Sergio Pérez posting the fastest lap of the test on the second day. After the third day ended, it rained over the track, and it rained on and off throughout the fourth and final day. This allowed teams some wet-weather running (and pit stop practice), but also resulted in eight red flags in one day.

Pre-season testing: Barcelona test 2Edit

The test did not initially run as planned, with the first two days being rainy and thus, times were going to tell even less of a story than usual. Mark Webber managed to achieve the best time on the first day, beating Lewis Hamilton by over 1.5 seconds. The second day, though less wet, still mixed the field. Romain Grosjean, who had set the slowest time on the first day, posted the fastest time, while the final two positions were occupied by Nico Rosberg and Fernando Alonso. Midway through the test, Marussia replaced Luiz Razia (who had replaced Timo Glock, who was contracted to drive in 2013) with Jules Bianchi due to sponsorship payment issues. Bianchi got to drive on the third day, as did Grosjean and Davide Valsecchi for Lotus, after Kimi Räikkönen, who was meant to drive on the day, was ill. On the dry track, Hamilton set a very fast time to top the timesheets, with Felipe Massa over six tenths of a second down. On a dry final day of testing, Hamilton's Mercedes teammate Rosberg set the fastest time of test to beat Alonso by three tenths. Alonso was nearly a second quicker than Jenson Button, the third fastest driver.

Round 1: Australian Grand PrixEdit

"It's the start of a new season and the beginning of a new adventure for me with Mercedes AMG Petronas. I can't wait to get to Melbourne, get out on track and find out where we stand. The Australian Grand Prix is always an exciting race: the teams don't know how they compare in terms of performance, the fans are fantastic and, with big changes to the tyres again this year, we just don't know what will happen in the race. I love the circuit. It's a street track with a really bumpy surface so you try and put as much downforce on the car as possible and it really puts the drivers to the test. We had a good, reliable car during winter testing so that's the positive we can take with us into the weekend but we know that in terms of performance, everything begins again from zero in Friday practice. So let's get Down Under, get racing and see how things turn out."

The season started poorly, with a disrupted qualifying. Whilst Q1 was completed, the wet conditions have forced the postponement of the rest of qualifying to Sunday morning before the actual race. When qualifying actually took place, Sebastian Vettel took pole position as the track dried up, with Red Bull teammate Mark Webber alongside. The race was a different matter. Though intermittant with very light rain, Vettel appeared to not have the race pace that was implied in qualifying. Ferrari looked strongest, with Felipe Massa challenging Vettel initially before Fernando Alonso performed the undercut on the pair of the them. With Adrian Sutil's strategy giving him the lead, it looked as if he could pull off the surprise result of the day for Force India. While Sutil's drive only produced a seventh-place finish, the real surprise was that Kimi Räikkönen, from seventh on the grid, managed to win the race by 12 seconds ahead of Alonso, after effectively pulling off two-stop strategy, while most drivers had to pit three times.

Round 2: Malaysian Grand PrixEdit

In a wet qualifying session, pole went to Sebastian Vettel, who mastered the conditions better than any driver to take beat the Ferraris of Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso, who start 2nd and 3rd respectively. Kimi Räikkönen, who had qualified in seventh, received a three-place grid penalty after impeding Nico Rosberg, who managed to qualify sixth.

In the race, Vettel made a good getaway to maintain his lead. In Turn 2, Alonso, who had made a good start himself, drove into the back of Vettel and dislodged his front wing a bit. The wing held on for the rest of the lap as the Spaniard valiantly held off the fast-starting Mark Webber before it fell off at the end of the home straight. Alonso was beached in the gravel and forced to retire. After the first round of pitstops to replace the intermediate tyres, Webber took the lead, with Vettel second, Lewis Hamilton third and Rosberg fourth. Hamilton may have been higher up, but by accident had attempted to pit at McLaren's pit box and lost about five seconds. After Webber's final stop, the two Red Bulls were close enough to fight for position. Red Bull planned to conserve both fuel and tyres to the finish line, with no overtaking between the teammates, but Vettel disobeyed the team orders and overtook Webber anyway. Hamilton and Rosberg were engaged in their own battle, and three times Roberg and Hamilton exchanged places in the two DRS zones before Rosberg was told to hold position, which he did.

Round 3: Chinese Grand PrixEdit

With the race predicted to be dominated by tyre wear, Championship leader Sebastian Vettel did not compete strongly in qualifying, not running in third qualifying. This left the fight for pole position open, and Lewis Hamilton took his first pole as a Mercedes driver ahead of Kimi Räikkönen. Mark Webber did not finish qualifying with enough fuel, and was sent to the back of the grid.

Hamilton made a strong start to lead, followed by both Ferraris, with Fernando Alonso ahead of Felipe Massa. With the soft tyres barely lasting five laps (Webber pitting on the first lap), Hamilton could not eke out a lead and was caught by both Ferraris as his tyres degraded. Five laps in, Esteban Gutiérrez misjudged his braking point and rammed into the back of Adrian Sutil. Gutiérrez nearly lost a wheel and Sutil's rear wing was dislodged; both retired. Soon, all the front-runners pitted and the fast-starting Nico Hülkenberg led the race, ahead of Vettel and Jenson Button, the three drivers having started the race on the harder compound.

A quarter of the way into the race, Webber attempted to overtake Jean-Éric Vergne and crashed into the Frenchman, not causing either to crash, but Webber needed to pit. At the pitstop, the right rear wheel was not put on properly and at Turn 14 (the hairpin at the end of the long straight) it fell off and Webber was forced to retire. Around the same time, Räikkönen was caught out by Sergio Pérez's defense of his position and he damaged his front wing and nosecone. Nico Rosberg became the final retirement of the day, before half distance, with suspension issues.

Alonso was left clear in the lead after the second set of pitstops, followed by Räikkönen and Hamilton. Vettel overtook Button after Button's strategy of one less pitstop left the Briton leading for a short time, though the McLaren's lack of speed meant he fell down the order. Hamilton, while sticking close to Räikkönen, was unable to overtake him. Vettel, who also led the race for a short time, pitted with five laps to go, as did Button. While Button's pit stop pushed him slightly behind Massa, who was quickly overtaken; Vettel's stop left him with twelve seconds of clear track. With Räikkönen and Hamilton on old, slow tyres and Vettel on new quick tyres, the gap was nullified and by the DRS detection point on the final lap, Vettel was close enough to challenge. However, while lapping Giedo van der Garde, Vettel went off line and lost both time and speed to Hamilton, and was unable to challenge as he would have wanted. Alonso crossed the line while this was happening ten seconds clear of his Finnish rival; and Vettel crossed the line two tenths after Hamilton.

Round 4: Bahrain Grand PrixEdit

Nico Rosberg took pole position with a time a quarter of a second quicker than championship leader Sebastian Vettel's best time. The Mercedes driver had looked quick all weekend, setting competitive times in the first and third practice sessions and featuring in the top-3 throughout qualifying. There were, however, serious concerns over the Mercedes' tyre-wear rates.

On race day, the top-5 grid slots were filled by four different constructors, with only Ferrari featuring twice.

At the race start, the top three all got away well, with Rosberg maintaining his lead off the line. Meanwhile, Alonso briefly got ahead of Vettel, only for the Red Bull driver to regain second a few turns later. Other drivers who started well include Paul di Resta and Jenson Button, who gained three places early on.

A few laps in, Vettel managed to pull off a pass on Rosberg for the lead after two laps of defensive driving by Rosberg. On finding himself in open space, Vettel managed to pull out a large lead in no time and disappear off into the distance. A couple of laps later, Alonso attempted a similar move on Rosberg in the DRS zone, only to be thwarted by a rear wing failure when his wing flap became jammed open. An untimely trip to the pits fixed the issue temporarily, but the lost time, and inability to use the DRS for the rest of the race had ruined Alonso's chances of a podium finish.

As Vettel cruised off into the sunset unchallenged, the two McLaren drivers were having a much feistier time of things. Sergio Pérez' displeasure at being behind his teammate came to a head when, on lap 31, the pair collided. Button's car was undamaged, while Perez was left with a damaged front wing. As the race came towards its conclusion, Vettel held a comfortable lead from Räikkönen, who had made a silent but confident drive through the field from his 8th placed grid slot. Paul di Resta was racing well in 3rd place. The Scot was to lose this place to Romain Grosjean in the closing stages.

Across the line, Vettel led Räikkönen by 9 seconds, with Grosjean a further 10 seconds behind. Di Resta finished a career-best equalling 4th. Polesitter Rosberg slipped backwards through the field to finish 9th, four places behind his teammate. This was the first time two Lotus drivers had made the podium since last year's Hungarian Grand Prix.

Round 5: Spanish Grand PrixEdit

Round 6: Monaco Grand PrixEdit

Once again, Nico Rosberg took home pole position for the third time in a row after taking it by 9 tenths of a second from Lewis Hamilton to make a 1-2 for Mercedes. Nico Rosberg had been very quick in the practice by collecting the fastest time on all of the practice sessions.

Round 7: Canadian Grand PrixEdit

Round 8: British Grand PrixEdit

"I got a bad start and that’s something we must look at carefully, as it compromised our performance. But it would not have made a big difference today, because of the problem I had when my tyre failed. I don’t know what happened, I did not feel any warning signs and it just let go under braking. I did manage to come back to the pits, fit new tyres and go out again, but the team immediately told me I had quite significant damage to the car, which in any case I could feel. The car was very difficult to drive from then on and in the end, the team took the decision to retire me, as there was no sense in carrying on. I did not feel in danger, but it’s just a shame that this sort of problem can waste a whole weekend’s work for the team. I am very upset about it and something needs to be done about it soon. So, from a results point of view, this is a race to forget, but I believe we showed the car was very quick and we can be in the fight in the coming races."

In qualifying, Lewis Hamilton took pole at his home Grand Prix, ahead of teammate Nico Rosberg.

At the start, Hamilton made a clean getaway, unlike Rosberg, who fell to third behind Sebastian Vettel. Mark Webber made a poor start, which was compounded as he was hit by Romain Grosjean and fell to 15th. Felipe Massa made a blinding start from 11th, finishing the first lap in 5th place behind Adrian Sutil. Fernando Alonso, from ninth, started fighting his way up the field, passing Jenson Button and Grosjean in the early laps.

On lap eight, Hamilton suffers a left-rear tyre blowout, giving Vettel the lead and dropping the Brit far down the order. This was soon followed by Felipe Massa, who spun off. Both of these happened after Turn 4. Then, going down the Hangar Straight chased by both Lotuses, Jean-Éric Vergne's left-rear tyre suffers a major blowout, bringing out the safety car.

Eventually, racing began once again. Most notably, Hamilton and Paul di Resta had a good fight for 11th, Esteban Gutiérrez suffered a left-front tyre failure and Vergne retired with a damaged floor, from the initial puncture, after 35 laps. With 12 laps to go, Vettel surprisingly lost drive with a gearbox failure, which left Rosberg in the lead, with Kimi Räikkönen looking good for second place after not pitting in the safety car period which followed Vettel's failure.

Once the safety car went in, a frantic drive to the finish line ensued. Webber got past Räikkönen, as did Alonso and eventually Hamilton, also recovering strongly after his puncture. Sergio Pérez had a left-rear puncture with six laps to go while being overtaken by Alonso, the second of his weekend. Rosberg went on to victory by less than a second over Webber, with Alonso completing the podium. Hamilton and Räikkönen were not too far behind Alonso. Massa also recovered well to finish sixth, forcing Sutil, after an excellent race, to finish seventh. Daniel Ricciardo, after his strong race, finished eighth, followed by Paul di Resta, from the back row, and Nico Hülkenberg.

The tyre blowouts have been attributed to poorly-designed kerbs at Turn 4, which caused cuts in the left-hand as the drivers tried to take the best line through the corner.

Round 9: German Grand PrixEdit

Championship leaders
Drivers' Championship Constructors' Championship
GP Championship leader Lead Championship leader Lead
Flag of Australia Finland Kimi Räikkönen 7 Italy Ferrari 4
Flag of Malaysia Germany Sebastian Vettel 9 Austria Red Bull-Renault 26
Flag of the People's Republic of China 3 5
Flag of Bahrain 10 16
Flag of Spain 4 14
Flag of Monaco 21 41
Flag of Canada 36 56
Flag of the United Kingdom 21 48
Flag of Germany 34 67
Flag of Hungary 38 69
Flag of Belgium 46 77
Flag of Italy 53 104
Flag of Singapore 60 103
Flag of South Korea 77 118
Flag of Japan 90 148
Flag of India 115 157
Flag of the United Arab Emirates 130 179
Flag of the United States 145 206
Flag of Brazil 155 236

Lewis Hamilton took pole position ahead of Sebastian Vettel. At the start of the race, Vettel made a better start than Hamilton to take the lead. Mark Webber also made a great start to deprive Hamilton of second place. Vettel was unable to break away into his trademark 2.5 second lead as Webber stayed on his tail. Fourth was Kimi Räikkönen and Romain Grosjean was in fifth place.

On lap three, Felipe Massa, who was in sixth place, spun leftward at the right-hand first corner, after which the anti-stall failed to kick in, forcing the Brazilian out of the race.

In the first round of pitstops, two incidents occurred. Firstly, Force India released Adrian Sutil into the path of Jean-Éric Vergne, who was forced to slam onto the brakes to avoid a pit lane collision. Secondly, Webber's right-rear tyre was not put on properly he exited his pit box. In driving away, the tyre became loose and bounced down the pitlane at high speed into a camaraman. Webber's race severely compromised from that point onwards.

Grosjean was left in the lead after everyone pitted; he managed to complete 14 laps on a used set of soft tyres. He managed to leapfrog Hamilton and Räikkönen, who were being held up behind Hamilton's teammate Nico Rosberg; eventually both drivers got past the German, and Räikkönen then passed Hamilton for fourth on track (Jenson Button had not yet pitted). All this time Fernando Alonso was catching up to the lead pack after a poor stint on the soft tyres.

On lap 23, Jules Bianchi's engine blew in spectacular fashion, creating a lot of smoke and even catching fire for a good few seconds. Somewhat amusingly but dangerously, the car starting moving backwards downhill across the track, before stopping after knocking down an advertising hoarding. The next cars to pass the section of track where the race leaders. This event brought out the safety car.

At the restart, Vettel lead away ahead of Grosjean and Räikkönen, from whom he couldn't pull out a gap. On lap 41, Grosjean pitted for a final time, attempting to perform the undercut on Vettel; but unfortunately, with Vettel pitting the next lap, Grosjean could not close the gap.

Räikkönen bode his time and waited until lap 50 before taking his final stop, which allowed the Finn to take on the soft tyres, unlike Vettel and Grosjean; Alonso, in fourth place, did likewise. Räikkönen emerged behind his Lotus teammate and chased down the leading pair; Alonso chased down all three. Räikkönen managed to get past his teammate and looked like he could have overtaken Vettel, but the German held on to win his first German Grand Prix. Räikkönen followed him home, one second down; Grosjean completed the podium and Alonso finished fourth. Hamilton overtook Button for fifth on the final lap. Webber, having spent ten laps behind Esteban Gutiérrez, recovered well to finish seventh, closely followed by Sergio Pérez. Rosberg and Nico Hülkenberg, who ran a strong race, completed the point-scoring positions.

Round 10: Hungarian Grand PrixEdit

Round 11: Belgian Grand PrixEdit

Round 12: Italian Grand PrixEdit

Round 13: Singapore Grand PrixEdit

Round 14: Korean Grand PrixEdit

Round 15: Japanese Grand PrixEdit

Round 16: Indian Grand PrixEdit

Round 17: Abu Dhabi Grand PrixEdit

Round 18: United States Grand PrixEdit

Round 19: Brazilian Grand PrixEdit

Results and StandingsEdit

Test DriversEdit

The table displays drivers who had driven modern Formula One machinery for their respective teams, through methods such as race simulators, on-track tests and demonstration runs between the beginning of the 2013 pre-season, beginning on the 26th November 2012 and concluding on the 24th November 2013.

TestingEdit

Test Track Date Fastest Driver Team Time
Jerez Spain Circuito de Jerez Feb 5Feb 8 Brazil Felipe Massa Italy Ferrari 1:17.879
Barcelona 1 Spain Circuit de Catalunya Feb 19Feb 22 Mexico Sergio Pérez United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 1:21.848
Barcelona 2 Feb 28Mar 3 Germany Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes 1:20.130
Young Driver Test United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit Jul 17Jul 19 Germany Sebastian Vettel Austria Red Bull-Renault 1:32.894

Race ResultsEdit

Round Event Report
Grid Result
1 Australia Australian Grand Prix Report
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
1 Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus-Renault
Fastest Lap
Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
2 Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus-Renault
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
3 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
1:29.174 on Lap 56
2 Malaysia Malaysian Grand Prix Report
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Fastest Lap
Brazil Felipe Massa
Ferrari
2 Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
Mexico Sergio Pérez
McLaren-Mercedes
Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
3 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1:39.199 on Lap 56
3 China Chinese Grand Prix Report
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1 Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
Fastest Lap
Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus-Renault
2 Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus-Renault
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
3 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1:36.808 on Lap 53
4 Bahrain Bahrain Grand Prix Report
Germany Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Fastest Lap
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
2 Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus-Renault
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
3 France Romain Grosjean
Lotus-Renault
1:36.961 on Lap 55
5 Spain Spanish Grand Prix Report
Germany Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
1 Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
2 Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus-Renault
Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez
Sauber-Ferrari
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
3 Brazil Felipe Massa
Ferrari
1:26.217 on Lap 56
6 Monaco Monaco Grand Prix Report
Germany Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
1 Germany Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
2 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
3 Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
1:16.577 on Lap 77
7 Canada Canadian Grand Prix Report
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
2 Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
Finland Valtteri Bottas
Williams-Renault
3 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1:16.182 on Lap 69
8 United Kingdom British Grand Prix Report
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1 Germany Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
Fastest Lap
Germany Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
2 Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
3 Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
1:33.401 on Lap 52
9 Germany German Grand Prix Report
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Fastest Lap
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
2 Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus-Renault
Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
3 France Romain Grosjean
Lotus-Renault
1:33.468 on Lap 51
10 Hungary Hungarian Grand Prix Report
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
Fastest Lap
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
2 Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus-Renault
Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
France Romain Grosjean
Lotus-Renault
3 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
1:24.069 on Lap 61
11 Belgium Belgian Grand Prix Report
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Fastest Lap
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
2 Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
3 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1:50.756 on Lap 40
12 Italy Italian Grand Prix Report
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Fastest Lap
Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
2 Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
Germany Nico Hülkenberg
Sauber-Ferrari
3 Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
1:25.849 on Lap 51
13 Singapore Singapore Grand Prix Report
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Fastest Lap
Germany Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
2 Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
France Romain Grosjean
Lotus-Renault
3 Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus-Renault
1:48.574 on Lap 46
14 South Korea Korean Grand Prix Report
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
2 Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus-Renault
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
France Romain Grosjean*
Lotus-Renault
3 France Romain Grosjean
Lotus-Renault
1:41.380 on Lap 53
15 Japan Japanese Grand Prix Report
Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Fastest Lap
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
2 Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
3 France Romain Grosjean
Lotus-Renault
1:34.587 on Lap 44
16 India Indian Grand Prix Report
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Fastest Lap
Germany Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
2 Germany Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus-Renault
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
3 France Romain Grosjean
Lotus-Renault
1:27.679 on Lap 60
17 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Report
Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Fastest Lap
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
2 Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
Germany Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
3 Germany Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
1:43.434 on Lap 55
18 United States United States Grand Prix Report
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Fastest Lap
Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
2 France Romain Grosjean
Lotus-Renault
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
France Romain Grosjean
Lotus-Renault
3 Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
1:39.856 on Lap 54
19 Brazil Brazilian Grand Prix Report
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
1 Germany Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull-Renault
Fastest Lap
Germany Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
2 Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
Australia Mark Webber
Red Bull-Renault
Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
3 Spain Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
1:15.436 on Lap 51

Notes:

Driver PlacingsEdit

Driver Placings
PosDriverTeam Flag of Australia Flag of Malaysia Flag of China Flag of Bahrain Flag of Spain Flag of Monaco Flag of Canada Flag of Great Britain Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of Singapore Flag of Japan Flag of South Korea Flag of India Flag of the United Arab Emirates Flag of the United States Flag of Brazil Pts
1st Vettel Red Bull 3rd 1st 4th 1st 4th 2nd 1st Ret 1st 3rd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 397
2nd Alonso Ferrari 2nd Ret 1st 8th 1st 7th 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 2nd 2nd 2nd 6th 4th 11th 5th 5th 3rd 242
3rd Webber Red Bull 6th 2nd Ret 7th 5th 3rd 4th 2nd 7th 4th 5th 3rd 15th Ret 2nd Ret 2nd 3rd 2nd 199
4th Hamilton Mercedes 5th 3rd 3rd 5th 12th 4th 3rd 4th 5th 1st 3rd 9th 5th 5th Ret 6th 7th 4th 9th 189
5th Räikkönen Lotus 1st 7th 2nd 2nd 2nd 10th 9th 5th 2nd 2nd Ret 11th 3rd 2nd 5th 7th Ret INJ INJ 183
6th Rosberg Mercedes Ret 4th Ret 9th 6th 1st 5th 1st 9th 19th 4th 6th 4th 7th 8th 2nd 3rd 9th 5th 171
7th Grosjean Lotus 10th 6th 9th 3rd Ret Ret 13th 19th 3rd 6th 8th 8th Ret 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 2nd Ret 132
8th Massa Ferrari 4th 5th 6th 15th 3rd Ret 8th 6th Ret 8th 7th 4th 6th 9th 10th 4th 8th 12th 7th 112
9th Button McLaren 9th 17th 5th 10th 8th 6th 12th 13th 6th 7th 6th 10th 7th 8th 9th 14th 12th 10th 4th 73
10th Hülkenberg Sauber DNS 8th 10th 12th 15th 11th Ret 10th 10th 11th 13th 5th 9th 4th 6th 19th 14th 6th 8th 51
11th Pérez McLaren 11th 9th 11th 6th 9th 16th 11th 20th 8th 9th 11th 12th 8th 10th 15th 5th 9th 7th 6th 49
12th Di Resta Force India 8th Ret 8th 4th 7th 9th 7th 9th 11th 18th Ret Ret 20th Ret 11th 8th 6th 15th 11th 48
13th Sutil Force India 7th Ret Ret 13th 13th 5th 10th 7th 13th Ret 9th 16th 10th 20th 14th 9th 10th Ret 13th 29
14th Ricciardo Toro Rosso Ret 18th 7th 16th 10th Ret 15th 8th 12th 13th 10th 7th Ret 19th 13th 10th 16th 11th 10th 20
15th Vergne Toro Rosso 12th 10th 12th Ret Ret 8th 6th Ret Ret 12th 12th Ret 14th 18th 12th 13th 17th 16th 15th 13
16th Gutiérrez Sauber 13th 12th Ret 18th 11th 13th 20th 14th 14th Ret 14th 13th 12th 11th 7th 15th 13th 13th 12th 6
17th Bottas Williams 14th 11th 13th 14th 16th 12th 14th 12th 16th Ret 15th 15th 13th 12th 17th 16th 15th 8th Ret 4
18th Maldonado Williams Ret Ret 14th 11th 14th Ret 16th 11th 15th 10th 17th 14th 11th 13th 16th 12th 11th 17th 16th 1
19th Bianchi Marussia 15th 13th 15th 19th 18th Ret 17th 16th Ret 16th 18th 19th 18th 16th Ret 18th 20th 18th 17th 0
20th Pic Caterham 16th 14th 16th 17th 17th Ret 18th 15th 17th 15th Ret 17th 19th 14th 18th Ret 19th 20th Ret 0
21st Kovalainen Lotus 14th 14th 0
22nd V. d. Garde Caterham 18th 15th 18th 21st Ret 15th Ret 17th 18th 14th 16th 18th 16th 15th Ret Ret 18th 19th 18th 0
23rd Chilton Marussia 17th 16th 17th 20th 19th 14th 19th 18th 19th 17th 19th 20th 17th 17th 19th 17th 21st 21st 19th 0
Visual representation of point totals
Driver Pts
01 - Vettel
397
02 - Alonso
242
03 - Webber
199
04 - Hamilton
189
05 - Räikkönen
183
06 - Rosberg
171
07 - Grosjean
132
08 - Massa
112
09 - Button
73
10 - Hulkenberg
51
11 - Pérez
49
12 - Di Resta
48
13 - Sutil
29
14 - Ricciardo
20
15 - Vergne
13
16 - Gutiérrez
6
17 - Bottas
4
18 - Maldonado
1
19 - Bianchi
0
20 - Pic
0
21 - Kovalainen
0
22 - v. d. Garde
0
23 - Chilton
0

Driver StatisticsEdit

WDC Driver Races Starts Poles FR Wins Podia FLs Laps Led kms Led GPs Led DNFs Pts Report
1st Germany Vettel1111375842741531.307101197Report
2nd Spain Alonso11110026185424.23931151Report
3rd United Kingdom Hamilton11115815066307.69450139Report
4th Finland Räikkönen11110116142218.69341134Report
5th Australia Webber11110103343227.05131115Report
6th Germany Rosberg111134220104399.5526296Report
7th Brazil Massa111101010421.3602267Report
8th France Grosjean111100020838.8832253Report
9th United Kingdom Button111100000843.7922047Report
10th United Kingdom Di Resta111100000316.2361236Report
11th Germany Sutil1111000001158.3331325Report
12th Mexico Pérez111100001000018Report
13th France Vergne111100000000413Report
14th Australia Ricciardo111100000000212Report
15th Germany Hülkenberg111000000843.608107Report
16th Venezuela Maldonado11110000000031Report
17th Mexico Gutiérrez11110000129.310120Report
18th Finland Bottas11110000000010Report
19th France Bianchi11110000000020Report
20th France Pic11110000000020Report
21st United Kingdom Chilton11110000000000Report
22nd Netherlands V. d. Garde11110000000020Report

Head-to-head: Team-mate comparisonsEdit

Team mate comparisons
Red Bull-Renault
Sebastian Vettel 18 Out-raced 1 Mark Webber
Sebastian Vettel 2012 Bahrain GP 17 Outqualified 2 WebberCanada2011
13 Wins 0
16 Podiums 7
Position: 1st 397 Points 199 Position: 3rd
Ferrari
Fernando Alonso 17 Out-raced 2 Felipe Massa
Fernando Alonso Ferrari 11 Outqualified 8 Felipe Massa 2013
2 Wins 0
9 Podiums 1
Position: 2nd 242 Points 112 Position: 8th
McLaren-Mercedes
Jenson Button 13 Out-raced 6 Sergio Pérez
Jenson Button 2010 Malaysia 9 Outqualified 10 Sergio Pérez 2013
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 9th 73 Points 49 Position: 11th
Lotus-Renault (Rounds 1-17)*
Kimi Räikkönen 11 Out-raced 6 Romain Grosjean
Kimi Räikkönen 2013 10 Outqualified 7 Romain Grosjean
1 Wins 0
8 Podiums 5
Position: 5th 183 Points 114 Position: 7th
Lotus-Renault (Rounds 18-19)*
Heikki Kovalainen 1 Out-raced 1 Romain Grosjean
Kovalainen 0 Outqualified 2 Romain Grosjean
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 1
Position: 21st 0 Points 18 Position: 7th
Mercedes
Nico Rosberg 9 Out-raced 10 Lewis Hamilton
Nico Rosberg 8 Outqualified 11 Hamilton Mercedes
2 Wins 1
4 Podiums 5
Position: 6th 171 Points 189 Position: 4th
Sauber-Ferrari
Nico Hülkenberg 14 Out-raced 5 Esteban Gutiérrez
Nico Hülkenberg 2013 18 Outqualified 1 Esteban Gutiérrez
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 10th 51 Points 6 Position: 16th
Force India-Mercedes
Paul di Resta 11 Out-raced 7 Adrian Sutil
Paul di resta 2009 11 Outqualified 8 Adrian Sutil 2013
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 12th 48 Points 29 Position: 13th
Williams-Renault
Pastor Maldonado 11 Out-raced 8 Valtteri Bottas
Pastor Maldonado 2013 7 Outqualified 12 Bottas Valtteri
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 18th 1 Points 4 Position: 17th
Toro Rosso-Ferrari
Jean-Éric Vergne 8 Out-raced 11 Daniel Ricciardo
Jean-Éric Vergne 4 Outqualified 15 Daniel Ricciardo2013
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 15th 13 Points 20 Position: 14th
Caterham-Renault
Charles Pic 11 Out-raced 7 Giedo van der Garde
Charles Pic 11 Outqualified 8 Giedo van der Garde
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 20th 0 Points 0 Position: 22nd
Marussia-Cosworth
Jules Bianchi 14 Out-raced 5 Max Chilton
Jules Bianchi 17 Outqualified 2 Max Chilton
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 19th 0 Points 0 Position: 23rd

*Kovalainen replaced the injured Räikkönen for the last two races of the season. Points, wins and podiums refer to these time periods only, and are not representative of the season as a whole.

Team PlacingsEdit

Team Placings
PosTeam Flag of Australia Flag of Malaysia Flag of China Flag of Bahrain Flag of Spain Flag of Monaco Flag of Canada Flag of Great Britain Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of Singapore Flag of South Korea Flag of Japan Flag of India Flag of the United Arab Emirates Flag of the United States Flag of Brazil Pts
1st Red Bull-Renault Vettel3rd1st4th1st4th2nd1stRet1st3rd1st1st1st1st1st1st1st1st1st596
Webber6th2ndRet7th5th3rd4th2nd7th4th5th3rd15thRet2ndRet2nd3rd2nd
2nd Mercedes RosbergRet4thRet9th6th1st5th1st9th19th4th6th4th7th8th2nd3rd9th5th360
Hamilton5th3rd3rd5th12th4th3rd4th5th1st3rd9th5th5thRet6th7th4th9th
3rd Ferrari Alonso2ndRet1st8th1st7th2nd3rd4th5th2nd2nd2nd6th4th11th5th5th3rd354
Massa4th5th6th15th3rdRet8th6thRet8th7th4th6th9th10th4th8th12th7th
4th Lotus-Renault Räikkönen1st7th2nd2nd2nd10th9th5th2nd2ndRet11th3rd2nd5th7thRet 315
Kovalainen14th14th
Grosjean10th6th9th3rdRetRet13th19th3rd6th8th8thRet3rd3rd3rd4th2ndRet
5th McLaren-Mercedes Button9th17th5th10th8th6th12th13th6th7th6th10th7th8th9th14th12th10th4th122
Pérez11th9th11th6th9th16th11th20th8th9th11th12th8th10th15th5th9th7th6th
6th Force India-Mercedes di Resta8thRet8th4th7th9th7th9th11th18thRetRet20thRet11th8th6th15th11th77
Sutil7thRetRet13th13th5th10th7th13thRet9th16th10th20th14th9th10thRet13th
7th Sauber-Ferrari HülkenbergDNS8th10th12th15th11thRet10th10th11th13th5th9th4th6th19th14th6th8th57
Gutiérrez13th12thRet18th11th13th20th14th14thRet14th13th12th11th7th15th13th13th12th
8th Toro Rosso-Ferrari Vergne12th10th12thRetRet8th6thRetRet12th12thRet14th18th12th13th17th16th15th33
RicciardoRet18th7th16th10thRet15th8th12th13th10th7thRet19th13th10th16th11th10th
9th Williams-Renault MaldonadoRetRet14th11th14thRet16th11th15th10th17th14th11th13th16th12th11th17th16th5
Bottas14th11th13th14th16th12th14th12th16thRet15th15th13th12th17th16th15th8thRet
10th Marussia-Cosworth Bianchi15th13th15th19th18thRet17th16thRet16th18th19th18th16thRet18th20th18th17th0
Chilton17th16th17th20th19th14th19th18th19th17th19th20th17th17th19th17th21st21st19th
11th Caterham-Renault Pic16th14th16th17th17thRet18th15th17th15thRet17th19th14th18thRet19th20thRet0
v. d. Garde18th15th18th21stRet15thRet17th18th14th16th18th16th15thRetRet18th19th18th
Visual representation of point totals
Team Pts
1st – Red Bull
596
2nd – Mercedes
360
3rd – Ferrari
354
4th – Lotus
315
5th – McLaren
122
6th – Force India
77
7th – Sauber
58
8th – Toro Rosso
33
9th – Williams
5
10th – Marussia
0
11th – Caterham
0

Team StatisticsEdit

WCC Team Races Starts Poles FR Wins Podia FLs Laps Led kms Led GPs Led DNFs Pts Report
1st Austria Red Bull71435374185935.76231201Report
2nd Italy Ferrari7140125089445.59932145Report
3rd Germany Mercedes71447140103384.83932134Report
4th United Kingdom Lotus7140115132167.21332114Report
5th India Force India714000001474.5692351Report
6th United Kingdom McLaren71400001843.7922037Report
7th Italy Toro Rosso71400000000420Report
8th Switzerland Sauber713000011052.918215Report
9th United Kingdom Williams7140000000030Report
10th Russia Marussia7140000000010Report
11th Malaysia Caterham7140000000030Report

NotesEdit

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V T E 2013 Formula One Season
Teams Red Bull • Ferrari • McLaren • Lotus • Mercedes • Sauber • Force India • Williams • Toro Rosso • Caterham • Marussia
Engines Renault • Ferrari • Mercedes • Cosworth
Drivers Vettel • 2 Webber • 3 Alonso • 4 Massa • 5 Button • 6 Pérez • 7 Räikkönen • 7 Kovalainen • 8 Grosjean • 9 Rosberg • 10 Hamilton • 11 Hülkenberg • 12 Gutiérrez • 14 di Resta • 15 Sutil • 16 Maldonado • 17 Bottas • 18 Ricciardo • 19 Vergne • 20 Pic • 21 van der Garde • 22 Bianchi • 23 Chilton
Other Drivers Buemi • Félix da Costa • Sainz Jr. • Gené • De la Rosa • Rigon • Paffett • Turvey • Magnussen • d'Ambrosio • Prost • Valsecchi • Hartley • Bird • Frijns • Sato • Sirotkin • Rossiter • Calado • Wolff • Juncadella • Kvyat • Rossi • Ma • Stevens • Canamasas • Razia • González • Ellinas
Cars RB9 • F138 • MP4-28 • E21 • F1 W04 • C32 • VJM06 • FW35 • STR8 • CT03 • MR02
Tyres Pirelli
Races Australia • Malaysia • China • Bahrain • Spain • Monaco • Canada • Great Britain • Germany • Hungary • Belgium • Italy • Singapore • South Korea • Japan • India • Abu Dhabi • United States • Brazil
Tests Jerez • Barcelona 1 • Barcelona 2 • Young Driver Test
See also 2012 Formula One Season • 2014 Formula One Season • Category
V T E Formula One Seasons
1950 • 1951 • 1952 • 1953 • 1954 • 1955 • 1956 • 1957 • 1958 • 1959 • 1960 • 1961 • 1962 • 1963 • 1964 • 1965 • 1966 • 1967 • 1968 • 1969 • 1970 • 1971 • 1972 • 1973 • 1974 • 1975 • 1976 • 1977 • 1978 • 1979 • 1980 • 1981 • 1982 • 1983 • 1984 • 1985 • 1986 • 1987 • 1988 • 1989 • 1990 • 1991 • 1992 • 1993 • 1994 • 1995 • 1996 • 1997 • 1998 • 1999 • 2000 • 2001 • 2002 • 2003 • 2004 • 2005 • 2006 • 2007 • 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • 2013 • 2014 • 2015 • 2016 • 2017 • 2018

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