The F1 Fanatic grand prix reviews had an overhaul this year and received a positive response from many readers. Here’s all 19 of them.
2013 Australian Grand Prix review: Strategic superiority gets Raikkonen and Lotus off to a winning start
2013 Malaysian Grand Prix review: Vettel defies team orders to seize victory
2013 Chinese Grand Prix review: Alonso wins race of champions
2013 Bahrain Grand Prix review: Vettel takes second Bahrain win on disastrous day for Ferrari
2013 Spanish Grand Prix review: Alonso hits back with home win
2013 Monaco Grand Prix review: Testing row casts shadow over Rosberg?óÔé¼Ôäós win
2013 Canadian Grand Prix review: Vettel makes amends for 2011 defeat with victory
2013 British Grand Prix review: Rosberg lucks in to victory as tyre failures wreak havoc with race
2013 German Grand Prix review: Vettel weathers Lotus onslaught for home victory
2013 Hungarian Grand Prix review: Hamilton emerges as title contender with first win for Mercedes
2013 Belgian Grand Prix review: Vettel brushes Hamilton aside for Spa win
2013 Italian Grand Prix review: Vettel takes third Monza win despite gearbox scare
2013 Singapore Grand Prix review: Vettel?óÔé¼Ôäós Singapore hat-trick leaves title rivals reeling
2013 Korean Grand Prix review: Vettel on verge of fourth title after dominant win
2013 Japanese Grand Prix review: Title beckons as Vettel denies Grosjean and Webber for fourth Suzuka win
2013 Indian Grand Prix review: Vettel seals 2013 title with crushing Indian GP victory
2013 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix review: Relentless Vettel cruises to seventh win in a row
2013 United States Grand Prix review: Vettel makes history as Grosjean denies Red Bull a one-two in Texas
2013 Brazilian Grand Prix review: Vettel wins as Webber waves goodbye with second
By the numbers: Top tens
F1 records that could be etched in stone.
Saturday at Spa-Francorchamps served up one of the most exciting sessions of the year.
Mark Webber bowed out of Formula One – here are some of his finest moments.
Rewind: Race retrospectives
Reflecting on the controversial 2008 Singapore Grand Prix.
F1’s first flyaway race, held at the behest of Argentinian president Juan Domingo Peron, ended in tragedy.
Ayrton Senna won after that first lap but fellow Brazilian Rubens Barrichello also starred on a damp day at Donington Park.
A crushing season for McLaren included this dominant one-two at Imola, led by Senna.
Ronnie Peterson almost won his homeland’s first world championship race but was denied by Denny Hulme on the final lap.
And another thing…: Causes for comment
The decision to award points at the final race of 2014 came out of the blue and attracted huge criticism.
Why the despair at the rise of pay drivers in F1 should instead be targeted at rising costs in the sport.
Sad to see the departure of one of the sport’s great characters.
Tyres were a major talking point during the season even before the drama of Silverstone.
Jenson Button was unhappy some of his remarks about team mate Sergio Perez during the Bahrain Grand Prix had been broadcast.
A little more conversation: Most commented articles of 2013
Here is a selection of some of the most-commented articles of the year.
The Malaysian Grand Prix provided the most controversial moment of the season when Vettel ignored Red Bull’s order for him to stay behind Webber.
Not a popular idea, but there’s no sign yet the FIA are going to weed this dreadful rule from the 2014 Sporting Regulations.
Many were disappointed to see Lotus pass over Nico Hulkenberg for Pastor Maldonado.
Niki Lauda joined the list of major F1 figures who criticised the booing Vettel was subjected to at some races.
This mid-season comment piece on F1’s Drag Reduction Systems seemed to strike a chord with many readers.
These remarks from Vettel drew many comments from readers, particularly in the context of Malaysia.
Pirelli originally attempted to solve the problems with its tyres failing at the Canadian Grand Prix. Even before the British Grand Prix blowouts this was already a major talking point.
Comment counts correct at time of publication
Your favourites: Most popular articles of 2013
The new 2014 engines will be tightly constrained and subjected to a new development freeze.
The 1991 Jordan 191, 1984 Toleman TG184, 1997 Lola T97/30 and 1990 Leyton House CG901 as they might look on current cars.
No one has got through as many helmet designs as Sebastian Vettel – here’s a look at all the designs he’d used up to the start of this year.
F1’s switch to pay-per-view television in the UK remains a source of contention, and the price of a season’s subscription has swiftly risen to over ?é?ú500 per year.
A welcome new addition to the official Formula One game.
Vettel celebrated his fourth world championship by performing doughnuts at the end of the Indian Grand Prix. Red Bull carried on the celebrations on the helipad of the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai.
The Monaco Grand Prix was red-flagged after a major crash at Tabac which was captured on camera by this spectator.
Over to you
What were your favourite articles on F1 Fanatic in 2013? What would you like to see more of next year? Have your say in the comments.
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