2013 Brazilian Grand Prix Awards

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    Best Driver: Jenson Button – best result and race for a McLaren all season.
    Worst Driver: Pastor ‘not leaving a space’ Maldonado – showing very poor spacial awareness again and far from the points again.
    Best Team: McLaren – both went forward at a very impressive rate.
    Worst Team: Toro Rosso – @ cars starting in the points, Ricciardo 10th and Vernge never looking like a points finish can’t be right.
    Best Overtake: Webber on Hamilton.
    Funniest moment: Pic’s Caterham nearly doing the same as Bianchi’s Marussia in Germany.
    Most Surprising Result: McLaren’s 4th and 6th.
    Least Surprising Result: Vettel wins.
    Special Mention to: Fernando Alonso – was sure he would go backwards in the race, but kept it surprisingly close to the Red Bulls.
    Race Rating: 7/10 – Felt like it never really took off, but was a decent enough.

    Best BBC commentator/presenter: DC
    Worst BBC commentator/ presenter: EJ – Shouting random things and then being all like ‘oh, I know you’re going to disagree, but reasons!’.
    World feed rating: 7/10 – Generally good, but again with the start replays and there were some moments where I was wondering ‘why on earth are we looking at Alonso right now?’ when he was in the middle of nowhere compared to other cars.


    Best Driver: Perez
    Worst Driver: Maldonado
    Best Team: McLaren
    Worst Team: Lotus
    Best Overtake: Webber on Hamilton
    Funniest moment: Can’t think of any…
    Most Surprising Result: Vettel not leading after the first corner
    Least Surprising Result: For the umpteenth time this year, days and days of hype but in the end, no real rain
    Special Mention to: Alonso, Webber, Button
    Race Rating: 5/10


    Best Driver: Perez
    Worst Driver: Maldonado
    Best team: McLaren, just followed by Red Bull
    Worst team: Lotus
    Best overtake: Webber on Hamilton
    Funniest moment: ‘Unbelievable, Unacceptable!’ despite it having been clearly spelt out in the drivers’s briefings.
    Most surprising result: McLaren 4th and 6th, having started 14th and 19th
    Least surprising result: Vettel
    Special mention to: Alonso, Webber, Button
    Race rating: 8/10
    Best Sky commentator: Ted Kravitz
    Worst Sky commentator: Simon Lazenby


    Best Driver: Button
    Worst Driver: Maldonado
    Best Team: McLaren
    Worst Team: Lotus
    Best Overtake: Button three abreast and taking two positions, I can’t recall the finer detail!
    Funniest moment: Vettel telling Natalie Pinkham to back off on the drivers parade
    Most Surprising Result: McLaren in 4th and 6th
    Least Surprising Result: Chilton at the back
    Special Mention to: Webber, the tough Aussie finally showing some emotion. When he took his hemet off will be remembered for a long time.
    Race Rating: 7/10

    Best BBC/Sky commentator/presenter: Ted Kravitz
    Worst BBC/Sky commentator/ presenter: Damon this time around, he looked a little bored.
    Best Commentary moment: Saying goodbye to these engines


    Best Driver: Jenson Button
    Worst Driver: Pastor Maldonado
    Best Team: McLaren
    Worst Team: Toro Rosso
    Best Overtake: Button on Gutierrez
    Funniest Moment: Webber falling over on the podium.
    Most Surprising Result: Button 4th, Perez 6th, no points for Lotus
    Least Surprising Result: Red Bull 1-2
    Special Mention to: Vettel, Webber, Perez, Alonso
    Race Rating: 8/10

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