2013 Formula 1 drivers and constructors world championships final standings
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2013 Formula 1 season facts and figures
Sebastian Vettel won the 2013 Formula One World Championship for drivers. Fernando Alonso was second and Mark Webber third. Red Bull won the championship for constructors.
11 constructors and 23 drivers participated in 19 races during the 64th season of the FIA Formula One World Championchip. Points for top ten finishers (25, 18, 15, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 1).
2013 F1 season notes
- Five drivers made their Formula One debut in Australia.
- Fernando Alonso finished second, 155 points behind Vettel.
- Max Chilton was the only driver to finish all 19 races.
- Sebastian Vettel had eight pole positions.
- Kimi Räikkönen missed the last two races of the season due to a back surgery.
- Mark Webber left Formula One after his twelfth season.
- Sebastian Vettel won 13 of 19 races and his fourth drivers championship.
- There where only 11 teams on the grid.
- Marussia and Caterham did not score points.
- For the first time since 1980 McLaren failed to score a podium.
- The Canadian Grand Prix was Force India's 100th GP.
- 25,700 tyres where used during the season.
- The double-DRS system where banned.
- The minimum weight of cars increased to 642 kg.
- Final season with 2.4 litre V8 engines.
- Nurburgring hosted the German Grand Prix.