2013 Brazilian Grand Prix weekend in Tweets

2013 Brazilian Grand PrixPosted on Author Anthony French

Get a glimpse behind the scenes at the last race of 2013 as F1 said farewell to Mark Webber and V8 engines, and Felipe Massa parted with Ferrari at his home event.

@AnthyonFrench rounds up the best Tweets from the race weekend.


Warm weather greeted the teams on the final media day of the year, but rainclouds were brewing.


The rain hit on Friday and Nico Rosberg led the way in two saturated practice sessions. The shortage of on-track action meant teams and drivers had to find ways to entertain themselves throughout the day.



The rain remained and Mark Webber was quickest in final practice, but the rain failed to keep Sebastian Vettel from another pole position after a length mid-session stoppage.



Vettel extended his phenomenal run of victories and Red Bull took a one-two despite a series of problems in the pits. Webber ended his F1 career in fine style with second place after a stirring battle with Alonso.

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3 comments on “2013 Brazilian Grand Prix weekend in Tweets”

  1. Again, thanks for the great coverage of the season Keith, with a lot of new things to like (the weekend in tweets, as well as the thorough race reports and the saturday / sunday team radio features foremost).

  2. Now why would Jenson get that cake, I mean it will change again in 2014 PLUS there are so many more grand prix now than when David Coulthard started racing!! ;-)

    Ahhh, to be an Alonso fan….

  3. @anthonyfrench thanks for the post, this was great. this is as close to the paddock for someone not there

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