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Thanks to everyone who contributed to F1 Fanatic during 2013.
The F1 Fanatic 2013 season review is complete and you can find all 40 articles here.
All of F1 Fanatic’s information pages for the drivers, teams and cars of 2013 have been revised and updated, and you can find them all here.
The 2013 season saw an astonishingly high rate of reliability, one the sport will surely struggle to emulate with next year’s new engine formula.
The 2013 edition of the official Formula One season review video has been issued by its fifth different publisher in seven years. Is it an improvement on last year’s poor effort?
Did you miss any of F1 Fanatic’s highlights of 2013? Catch up on some of the best, most popular and most commented articles of the year.
From team orders to mandatory pit stops and double points: F1 Fanatic readers give their views on the stories of the year.
Sebastian Vettel did much of the record-breaking in 2013 but McLaren, Ferrari and Renault also achieved some major milestones.
Kimi Raikkonen has overtaken Jenson Button as the most popular driver among F1 Fanatic readers.
Sebastian Vettel has won F1 Fanatic’s polls for 2013 Driver of the Year and Pass of the Year.
Twelve months ago I mustered up a list of 50 things that made the 2012 season great but I couldn’t find half as many this year.
A look back on the 2013 Formula One season in over 100 of the best photographs of the year.
Did the ever-improving talent of Sebastian Vettel make the difference between him and Mark Webber at Red Bull – or did Vettel get preferential treatment? A retrospective of their five years together.
Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull became F1 champions for the fourth year in a row in 2013. Here’s a look back on their four years of success in pictures.
Red Bull won their fourth championship in a row but changes to the rules and within the team may mean their days of dominating are numbered.
Mercedes moved up to second in the constructors’ championship this year but now have to build on it without the leadership of Ross Brawn.
Red Bull have lost two more members of their technical staff to a rival team.
Having failed to deliver a championship for the fifth year in a row Ferrari have improved their resources, technical staff and driver line-up for 2014.
Failing to improve on last year’s fourth place in the constructors’ championship was only the beginning of Lotus’s disappointments in 2013 as they lost Kimi Raikkonen to Ferrari.