What was the best F1 race in 2013?
Abu Dhabi: Vettel Leaves Rivals in the Dust But like Singapore, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was only really memorable for the dominance of Sebastian Vettel’s driving, the German romping to victory by just over 30 seconds from teammate Mark Webber.
What is the best Formula 1 race ever?
Adelaide 1986. While the denouement of that 2008 title fight is almost impossible to match for sheer drama, little can fight the finish of the 1986 title for possibility.
What race did Sebastian Vettel win the 2013 championship?
|Round||Grand Prix||Winning driver|
|1||Australian Grand Prix||Kimi Räikkönen|
|2||Malaysian Grand Prix||Sebastian Vettel|
|3||Chinese Grand Prix||Fernando Alonso|
|4||Bahrain Grand Prix||Sebastian Vettel|
What is the closest finish in F1 history?
The closest championship battle in F1 history, Austrian Niki Lauda secured his third drivers’ world title by defeating McLaren teammate Alain Prost by just half a point in his penultimate season before retirement.
What was the best Monaco Grand Prix?
1961: The 1961 Monaco GP is deemed by many to be Stirling Moss’ greatest ever race, as he held off the faster, state-of-the-art ‘sharknose’ Ferraris in an uncompetitive Lotus 18.
What engines were used in the 2013 Formula 1 season?
The 2013 season was the final year the series used the 2.4-litre V8 engine configuration which was introduced in 2006; a 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engine formula came into force for 2014. Sebastian Vettel successfully defended his World Championship, winning his fourth consecutive title in the fourth to last race of 2013.
How many races are there in the 2013 F1 World Championship?
^ “2013 FIA Formula One World Championship Race Calendar”. Formula One. 17 November 2012. Archived from the original on 18 June 2014. Retrieved 17 November 2012. ^ Noble, Jonathan (5 February 2013). “Bernie Ecclestone confirms Formula 1 will stick to 19 races in 2013”. Autosport. Retrieved 5 February 2013. ^ “FIA Formula One calendar”.
When did the 2013 F1 season start and end?
The season started in Australia on 17 March 2013 and ended in Brazil on 24 November 2013. The 2013 season was the final year the series used the 2.4-litre V8 engine configuration which was introduced in 2006; a 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engine formula came into force for 2014.
Which F1 race had it all this year?
Surely the British Grand Prix at Silverstone was the race that had it all this year and mainly thanks to the fallibility of Pirelli’s fast-wearing tyres. Lewis Hamilton looked well-placed for victory early on after leading away from pole, but a dramatic tyre blow-out on Lap 8 dropped him to last.