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ROUND 11 – Belgium, 25 August 2013

1st: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Renault) 1hr 23m 42.196 (av. race speed 220.817 km/h)
2nd: Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) gap: 16.869s
3rd: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) gap: 27.734

Fastest Lap: Vettel 1:50.756 = 227.657 km/h on lap 40

Pole Position: Hamilton 2:01.012 = 208.362 km/h

Catch Me If You Can

We’ve seen it twice before in Formula 1. One driver winning four world titles in a row, that is: Juan Manuel Fangio did it between 1954 and 1957, then a bloke called Schumacher did it between 2000 and 2003. Michael then went and did it for a fifth successive time in 2004. Can his compatriot and successor Sebastian Vettel do it this year?

Q: Unlike Schumacher and Vettel, Fangio did not take those consecutive titles in one make of car. Can you name the marques in which the great Argentine won the title from 1954-57?


The Australian Grand Prix Corporation expresses its sadness following the passing of Tony Gaze AOM, DFC and BARS, 1920-2013.

“He was nearly the perfect hero.” The words are those of Australian V8 Supercar driver Will Davison, talking about his step-grandfather Tony Gaze, who has died at the age of 93.

The Australia we know and cherish today was built on a pioneering spirit and individual acts of bravery. Tony Gaze epitomised those qualities in a life whose early years were the stuff of adventure writing.

Vettel Ends Home Jinx At Last

ROUND 9 – GERMANY, 7 July, Nurburgring

1st: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Renault) 1 hr 14m 41.711s (av race speed 182.896 kph
2nd: Kim Raikkonen (Lotus F1 Team) gap 1.008 s
3rd: Romain Grosjean (Lotus F1 Team) gap 4.822 s (5.830)

Fastest Lap: Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) 1:33.468

Pole Position: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) 1:29.398

“Thanks Mate”

The Australian Grand Prix Corporation congratulates Mark Webber on a sensational career and wishes him the best of luck for the next chapter, following his announcement to retire from Formula One at the end of the 2013 season.


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