Start, Korea International Circuit, 2013

No F1 races among FIA’s 12 “moments of the year”

2013 F1 seasonPosted on Author Keith Collantine

Start, Korea International Circuit, 2013The FIA’s first fan poll for a “moment of the year” from international motor racing does not feature any moments from this year’s Formula One season.

The 12 moments which fans can choose as their favourite include footage from seven different FIA-sanction series. The selection is drawn from the World Endurance Championship, World Touring Car Championship, World Rally Championship, European Rally Championship European Rallycross Championship, European Formula Three and the Karting World Championship.

The 12 videos were selected by an FIA jury. Fans can vote for their favourite on the FIA’s Facebook page.

There are two races still to run in this year’s F1 championship and further rounds remaining in other FIA series such as WEC, WRC and WTCC.

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79 comments on “No F1 races among FIA’s 12 “moments of the year””

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  1. Please don’t take this the wrong way abut the moment of the year from my perspective was the Williams garage fire after the Spanish Grand Prix. That showed the camaraderie when the other teams not only came to the rescue during the fire, but afterwards as well offering assistance if they needed equipment to race the next event. That is what it is about in my book.

  2. There being videos selections of trivial things like a rally car going over a jump or through water makes me wonder what the FIA jury were thinking. Rally cars have been doing these things for half a century, every season at about every rally, not just Ogier’s Polo, this year. Don’t these people understand what motorsport is about? If anything it should have shown Ogier and VW’s clinching of the WRC title.

  3. Look guys I know it’s depressing ,all I do is go on You tube and watch a few vids of Groupe B Quattros on the 1000 lakes you will then realize there is no exciting motorsport anymore and learn to accept life for what it is.

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