Sebastian Vettel completed a perfect second half of the 2013 season at Interlagos while team mate Mark Webber sealed a one-two for Red Bull in his last race.
2013 F1 race reviews articles archive
2013 F1 race reviews
Vettel makes history as Grosjean denies Red Bull a one-two in Texas
2013 United States Grand Prix reviewPosted on
Sebastian Vettel scored a record-breaking eighth win in a row in the United States Grand Prix but Romain Grosjean denied Red Bull another one-two.
Relentless Vettel cruises to seventh win in a row
2013 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix reviewPosted on
There’s nothing left for Sebastian Vettel to achieve this year except piling up win after win, which he did with another relentless display of superiority.
Vettel seals 2013 title with crushing Indian GP victory
2013 Indian Grand Prix reviewPosted on
Vettel didn’t lead every lap of the Indian Grand Prix this year, but that was just an illusion. He was always in control, and victory sealed his fourth championship win.
Title beckons as Vettel denies Grosjean and Webber for fourth Suzuka win
2013 Japanese Grand Prix reviewPosted on
Sebastian Vettel came out on top in a compelling three-way scrap with Mark Webber and Romain Grosjean to score his fourth win at Suzuka.
Vettel on verge of fourth title after dominant win
2013 Korean Grand Prix reviewPosted on
Sebastian Vettel’s fourth consecutive race victory has all but guaranteed his fourth consecutive world championship title.
Vettel’s Singapore hat-trick leaves title rivals reeling
2013 Singapore Grand Prix reviewPosted on
After rebuffing Rosberg’s first-corner attack Vettel rarely looked threatened as he claimed his third victory in a row in Singapore.
Vettel takes third Monza win despite gearbox scare
2013 Italian Grand Prix reviewPosted on
Sebastian Vettel denied the Ferrari faithful a home win at Monza and delivered another blow to his rivals’ title hopes with his sixth win of the season.
Vettel brushes Hamilton aside for Spa win
2013 Belgian Grand Prix reviewPosted on
The Belgian Grand Prix didn’t deliver on the anticipation which developed in the days leading up to it. Sebastian Vettel romped to his fifth win of the year.
Hamilton emerges as title contender with first win for Mercedes
2013 Hungarian Grand Prix reviewPosted on
Ten months to the day since he announced his move to Mercedes, Lewis Hamilton scored his first win for the three-pointed star in Hungary.
Vettel weathers Lotus onslaught for home victory
2013 German Grand Prix reviewPosted on
Sebastian Vettel finally scored his first victory on home ground – and did so by putting one over the driver who is tipped to become his team mate next year.
Rosberg lucks in to victory as tyre failures wreak havoc with race
2013 British Grand Prix reviewPosted on
Nico Rosberg won at Silverstone after his team mate was one of a string of drivers to suffer a catastrophic tyre failure.
Vettel makes amends for 2011 defeat with victory
2013 Canadian Grand Prix reviewPosted on
Sebastian Vettel made amends for his last-lap defeat at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve two years ago and bolstered his championship lead with his third victory of 2013.
Testing row casts shadow over Rosberg’s win
2013 Monaco Grand Prix reviewPosted on
Nico Rosberg gave Mercedes their first win of the year in Monaco but a protest against the team cast a shadow over their triumph.
Alonso hits back with home win
2013 Spanish Grand Prix reviewPosted on
With his third victory on home ground Alonso will be hoping he’s drawn a line under Ferrari’s early-season jitters.
Vettel takes second Bahrain win on disastrous day for Ferrari
2013 Bahrain Grand Prix reviewPosted on
For the second time this year victory for Sebastian Vettel came on a day when his arch-rival Fernando Alonso suffered a poor race.
Alonso wins race of champions
2013 Chinese Grand Prix reviewPosted on
F1’s five world champions led by Fernando Alonso filled the highest positions when the chequered flag came down on a hectic Chinese Grand Prix.
Strategic superiority gets Raikkonen and Lotus off to a winning start
2013 Australian Grand Prix reviewPosted on
Kimi Raikkonen made his way up from seventh on the grid to win the first race of 2012 by making one pit stop fewer than his rivals.