Sunday , 29 November 2020
First of all I am very sorry for the lack of posts on the site recently, as some of you will know my computer and hard drive both failed and it took about a week to recover all of my stat data. Now onto the stats!

2013 in Numbers

First of all I am very sorry for the lack of posts on the site recently, as some of you will know my computer and hard drive both failed and it took about a week to recover all of my stat data. Now onto the stats!

There were 19 races on the 2013 calendar and at the halfway point no driver had won two races in a row, after Hungary Vettel won every single race and broke even more records. Vettel became the youngest four time champion in 2014, equalled Michael Schumacher’s record for the most wins in a season and set a new record for the most consecutive wins.

Below is the basic statistics of every driver in 2013, Vettel had the most of everything, 11 more wins than any other driver, seven more podiums, four more pole positions and two more fastest laps.

Championship

Driver

Wins

Podiums

Poles

Fastest Laps

1

Sebastian Vettel

13

16

9

7

2

Fernando Alonso

2

9

0

2

3

Mark Webber

0

8

2

5

4

Lewis Hamilton

1

5

5

1

5

Kimi Raikkonen

1

8

0

2

6

Nico Rosberg

2

4

3

0

7

Romain Grosjean

0

6

0

0

8

Felipe Massa

0

1

0

0

9

Jenson Button

0

0

0

0

10

Nico Hulkenberg

0

0

0

0

11

Sergio Perez

0

0

0

1

12

Paul di Resta

0

0

0

0

13

Adrian Sutil

0

0

0

0

14

Daniel Ricciardo

0

0

0

0

15

Jean-Eric Vergne

0

0

0

0

16

Esteban Gutierrez

0

0

0

1

17

Valtteri Bottas

0

0

0

0

18

Pastor Maldonado

0

0

0

0

19

Jules Bianchi

0

0

0

0

20

Charles Pic

0

0

0

0

21

Heikki Kovalainen

0

0

0

0

22

Giedo van der Garde

0

0

0

0

23

Max Chilton

0

0

0

0

 

And now pretty much the same table but for Constructors’ instead of drivers, despite having the second most podiums in 2013 Lotus were only fourth. The battle for second place was close and just six points separated them.

Championship

Team

Wins

Podiums

Poles

Fastest Laps

Points

1

Red Bull

13

24

11

12

596

2

Mercedes

3

9

8

1

360

3

Ferrari

2

10

0

2

354

4

Lotus

1

14

0

2

315

5

McLaren

0

0

0

1

122

6

Force India

0

0

0

0

77

7

Sauber

0

0

0

1

57

8

Toro Rosso

0

0

0

0

33

9

Williams

0

0

0

0

5

10

Marussia

0

0

0

0

0

11

Caterham

0

0

0

0

0

 

Some more stats, the number of drivers and constructors that have won, been on pole and so on.

 

Number

Winners

On Pole

On Podium

Fastest Lap

Point Scorers

Won from Pole

Drivers

23

5

4

8

7

18

3

Constructors

11

4

2

4

6

9

2

 

And the last table, the retirements, distance and total laps of every driver. As we all know, Max Chilton finished every single race, but still completed fewer laps than Button, Vettel and Perez because he was regularly at least one lap down on the lead.

Driver

Retirements

Distance (km)

Laps

Sebastian Vettel

1

5730.714

1120

Fernando Alonso

1

5490.65

1076

Mark Webber

3

5352.641

1049

Lewis Hamilton

1

5523.738

1084

Kimi Raikkonen

2

4737.941

929

Nico Rosberg

2

5408.748

1058

Romain Grosjean

4

5050.755

964

Felipe Massa

2

5330.718

1023

Jenson Button

0

5769.4

1126

Nico Hulkenberg

1

5333.576

1039

Sergio Perez

0

5725.58

1116

Paul di Resta

4

4938.182

982

Adrian Sutil

4

4771.608

934

Daniel Ricciardo

3

5361.804

1041

Jean-Eric Vergne

5

4965.594

978

Esteban Gutierrez

2

5267.187

1024

Valtteri Bottas

2

5524.86

1070

Pastor Maldonado

3

5400.289

1044

Jules Bianchi

3

5124.225

1000

Charles Pic

4

5035.689

969

Heikki Kovalainen

0

610.358

126

Giedo van der Garde

4

4783.568

933

Max Chilton

0

5650.593

1103

 

Hopefully it won’t be so long until the next post and the 2014 season won’t be dominated by one driver.

About JackStatMan

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