Jenson Button, Sebastian Vettel, Hungaroring, 2013

The 2013 F1 season in over 100 pictures

2013 F1 season reviewPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

A look back on the 2013 Formula One season in over 100 of the best photographs of the year.

Kimi Raikkonen, Lotus, Circuit de Catalunya, 2013

Start, 2013 Spanish Grand Prix, Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona,

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Monte-Carlo, 2013

Start, 2013 German Grand Prix, Nurburgring,

Jenson Button, Sebastian Vettel, Hungaroring, 2013

Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, Mark Webber, Monza, 2013

Romain Grosjean, Lotus, Suzuka, 2013

Start, Circuit of the Americas, 2013

Mark Webber, Red Bull, Interlagos, 2013

Images ?é?® Ferrari spa/Ercole Colombo, Lotus/LAT, Williams/LAT, McLaren/Hoch Zwei, Mercedes/Hoch Zwei, Daimler/Hoch Zwei, Red Bull/Getty, Force India, Sauber, Caterham/LAT, Marussia, Pirelli

8 comments on “The 2013 F1 season in over 100 pictures”

  1. The most boring season since 2004…Let’s hope 2014 will be one of the most exciting.Merry Christmas

  2. Some great shots there, thanks for the post :)

  3. Even though there wasn’t much that could be done due to his retirement, did Mark get reprimanded in any way for taking off his helmet after the race in Brazil?

  4. In the last picture at first glance it looks like the guy behind the Australian flag on the right is shooting the bird to the photographer.

  5. Great selection of photos once again. That shot of Mark in Abu Dhabi with the purple background has to be the shot of the season.

  6. My favourite has to be the one of Vettel bowing down to his car

  7. Good photos, I liked the Chinese start one.
    Just one question: Why did Williams changed their front wing in Canada, but then reverted again to the original one? Wasn´t the Canada-spec front wing an improvement to the car? (Bottas got 2nd place in qualifying)

    1. It was probably part of their low drag package which was prepared specifically for Canada. Bottas’ 3rd in quali was down to him performing incredibly well in wet conditions rather than an improvement in the car, he did finish the race 14th, a lap down don’t forget.

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