The F1 Fanatic Driver Rankings are complete and now it’s time for you to vote for your best driver of 2013. Plus your 2013 Driver of the Weekend winners.
In 2013 the best car also had the best driver in it: Here’s why Sebastian Vettel is F1 Fanatic’s Driver of the Year.
In the first five races Fernando Alonso beat Sebastian Vettel three times. It seemed he had a chance to win a third title but it wasn’t to be.
Kimi Raikkonen and Lotus kick-started their 2013 campaign with victory. But they never recaptured that high and Raikkonen left before the end of the year.
Life in the midfield is tough but Nico Hulkenberg has consistently risen above its frustrations to prove he is worthy of a front-running car.
Having switched teams for the first time in his F1 career Lewis Hamilton never seemed to get comfortable in the W04, yet he won once and scored consistently.
The F1 Fanatic driver rankings continue with part three.
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says he understands Fernando Alonso’s frustration following his driver’s critical comments about his car earlier this year.
The F1 Fanatic driver rankings continues with part two.
Who were the best drivers of 2013? The annual F1 Fanatic Driver Rankings begin here.
Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, Nico Hulkenberg and Jules Bianchi conclusively had the beating of their team mates over a full season in 2013. But it was closer at other teams.
McLaren tend to have very good and very poor seasons in recent years. Their 2013 campaign was undoubtedly one of the bad ones.
Your nominations for the best overtaking move of 2013 have been counted. Now it’s time to vote for the best out of the top ten passes of the year.
Six teams will participate in a special three-day test in Bahrain next week.
Force India’s season was essentially Sauber’s in reverse. Because if any team suffered as a result of Pirelli’s mid-season tyre tweaks, it was this one.
Williams have hired two technical staff to join its aerodynamics team from Red Bull and Lotus.
Felipe Massa started more races for Ferrari than any driver bar Michael Schumacher. Here’s a look back on his career in pictures.
Sauber’s 2013 season improved in the second half of the year but was still a disappointment after the highs of 2012.
Having been the quickest team last year McLaren suffered a dreadful 2013. But one team fell even further away from the pace than the silver cars did.
Toro Rosso failed to achieve their target of finishing sixth in the championship but fulfilled their other goal of providing a new driver for sister team Red Bull.