Start, Circuit of the Americas, 2013

2013 United States Grand Prix in pictures

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Start, Circuit of the Americas, 2013

The 2013 United States Grand Prix in pictures.

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Images (C) 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

12 comments on “2013 United States Grand Prix in pictures”

  1. Uh, what’s the story with Mark holding that girl’s hair up?

  2. Did anyone else notice that Vettel took over driving in the drivers’ parade?

    1. From what the TV announcers said, he asked to drive and was hot dogging it along the back straight. The crowd was loving it. I’m sure someone got a great pic of him drifting that Cobra.

  3. May I please drive that Cobra around COTA a few laps? Please?

    1. I don’t think you can handle that power ! Sorry ! Stick to Minis. :))

      1. Hey now, I used to own a muscle car – ’66 Mustang – 289 w/ 3/4 race cam – 4 spd. – fat Goodyears and US Indy mags. Granted, the Cobra has even more power, but I’m game. Even the Mini’s would be fun though. I would be happy to drive a beater pickup truck around that track. :)

  4. The best thing about this race wasn’t Grosjean/Webber or Alonso/Hulkenberg, it was the Grid Girls/Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. My oh my, the race was pretty average Keith, can we just have an album of Grid Girls and Cheerleaders?

    1. @celicadion23 No. This is F1 Fanatic not Hustler.

  5. What happened to the Texan hats we saw on the podium last year? :( They were so cool, and gave the race a unique feature. Now we just have the regular Pirelli caps :( :(

  6. wow, check the rake on Vettels car in that heli-shot.

  7. Anyone else begging at the TV for VET to turn his very neat doughnut ring into an eight?!

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