2013 United States Grand Prix result

2013 United States Grand Prix

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11Sebastian VettelRed Bull-Renault56
28Romain GrosjeanLotus-Renault566.2846.284
32Mark WebberRed Bull-Renault568.3962.112
410Lewis HamiltonMercedes5627.35818.962
53Fernando AlonsoFerrari5629.5922.234
611Nico HulkenbergSauber-Ferrari5630.4000.808
76Sergio PerezMcLaren5646.69216.292
817Valtteri BottasWilliams-Renault5654.5097.817
99Nico RosbergMercedes5659.1414.632
105Jenson ButtonMcLaren5677.27818.137
1119Daniel RicciardoToro Rosso-Ferrari5681.0043.726
124Felipe MassaFerrari5686.9145.910
1312Esteban GutierrezSauber-Ferrari5691.7074.793
147Heikki KovalainenLotus-Renault5695.0633.356
1514Paul di RestaForce India-Mercedes5696.8531.790
1618Jean-Eric Vergne*Toro Rosso-Ferrari56104.5747.721
1716Pastor MaldonadoWilliams-Renault551 lap1 lap
1822Jules BianchiMarussia-Cosworth551 lap39.376
1921Giedo van der GardeCaterham-Renault551 lap1.951
2020Charles PicCaterham-Renault551 lap30.255
2123Max ChiltonMarussia-Cosworth542 laps1 lap
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15Adrian SutilForce India-Mercedes056 laps54 lapsAccident

*20-second time penalty for causing a collision with Esteban Gutierrez

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14 comments on “2013 United States Grand Prix result”

  1. Wake me up in 2014.

    1. what for? rbr’s main rival has lost its lead driver and is in financial turmoil….and who best to afront the technical changes in 2014 than Newey? Red bull have also subscribed to the status quo by promoting Ricciardo who will just pickup where webber left off. Here’s hope Renault produce a fragile engine next year to distabilise this dictatorship!

      1. Well James Allison is at Ferrari which could be fun to see!!!

  2. Vettel is the history maker

    1. Boring history. :)

      1. I’m sure Usain Bolt is boring history as well no? he wins it all and is so predictable…

        1. @mpmark much like the excitement of Loeb’s 9 world championships. One never knew when he would proclaim himself champion mathematically and by how many points. Just about killed the sport

  3. I think Seb’s getting a bit emotional on the podium!

    1. I loved it when he said “I am speechless, speechless. We have to remember these days, boys. There is no guarantee they will last. We must enjoy it. I love this team. I love you. I am so proud of you all.” on the radio :D

      1. As much as I dislike his wins, this makes me feel a little vindicating, because he still appreciates, values, and loves it, and doesn’t take it for granted like some might.

  4. Incredibly boring.
    Good for Grosjean who’s the man this weekend, special mention to Bottas for bringing 4 points back with a nice race, making a 500% points increase for the team.
    And a flawless Vettel.

  5. Anyone have Vettel’s quote at the end of the race written down? It was pretty gracious of him- A side I like to see.

    Good moments in the throughout the rest of the field, but yes, overshadowed by Vettel’s dominance.

    COTA is really a top-notch facility, I look forward to future seasons there. It’s unfortunate that the hype surrounding the USGP is so dependent on the season, since it’s either complete uncertainty or completely decided by then.

  6. Very good performance by Bottas!
    He’s been very good this season, finally some points.

  7. Yep. Bottas did really well, especially his overtake on the outside of T2/T3. Made it really stick.

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