Wednesday , 12 August 2020

Post-race Statistics of the 2013 Brazilian Grand Prix

Another race over, another season over, another Vettel win, the Brazilian Grand Prix. A record equalling thirteen wins in a season and nine in a row from the four time champion.

The first ever driver to manage nine consecutive wins in a single season and only the second to manage nine in a row after Alberto Ascari. Webber came second in his final F1 race, not sure that’s been mentioned at all?! Webber also set the fastest lap of the race and Alonso came third, his first podium finish since Singapore. Surprisingly before Vettel started his run of nine wins nobody had won consecutive races in 2013.

Two drivers that failed to reach Q3 finished in the points, both of the McLarens. Sergio Perez gained thirteen positions, starting 19th after his grid penalty and finishing sixth. Jenson Button gained ten, starting 14th and finishing fourth. Nico Rosberg was briefly leading the race, but as Vettel passed him before the line Vettel led every single lap of the Brazilian Grand Prix.

Despite never setting the F1 world alight with his speed, Max Chilton has set a new F1 record and became the first driver to finish every single race in their full debut season, Chilton’s fastest race lap was also quicker than Pastor Maldonado’s, though Chilton was helped by a very late pit stop.

ChampPosBrazil

Quite a few changes in the positions for a change, Webber gained two positions to finish third, Hulkenberg and Perez both passed di Resta for 10th and 11th and Kovalainen’s 14th place took him to 21st.

DriverPointsBrazil

brazilracepos

Pos Driver Team Points Laps Fastest Lap Grid

1

Sebastian Vettel Red Bull

25

71

01:15.624

1

2

Mark Webber Red Bull

18

71

01:15.436

4

3

Fernando Alonso Ferrari

15

71

01:15.496

3

4

Jenson Button McLaren

12

71

01:16.450

14

5

Nico Rosberg Mercedes

10

71

01:16.442

2

6

Sergio Perez McLaren

8

71

01:16.246

19

7

Felipe Massa Ferrari

6

71

01:16.470

9

8

Nico Hulkenberg Sauber

4

71

01:16.802

10

9

Lewis Hamilton Mercedes

2

71

01:16.692

5

10

Daniel Ricciardo Toro Rosso

1

70

01:16.974

7

11

Paul di Resta Force India

0

70

01:16.855

12

12

Esteban Gutierrez Sauber

0

70

01:16.528

17

13

Adrian Sutil Force India

0

70

01:16.049

15

14

Heikki Kovalainen Lotus

0

70

01:17.249

11

15

Jean-Eric Vergne Toro Rosso

0

70

01:16.790

8

16

Pastor Maldonado Williams

0

70

01:17.554

16

17

Jules Bianchi Marussia

0

69

01:17.717

21

18

Giedo van der Garde Caterham

0

69

01:17.590

20

19

Max Chilton Marussia

0

69

01:17.281

22

RET

Charles Pic Caterham

58

01:18.434

18

RET

Valtteri Bottas Williams

45

01:16.840

13

RET

Romain Grosjean Lotus

2

01:20.898

6

 

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