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Crash.net’s Top 10 F1 stories of the year

Not that it really matters with five races remaining and barely a championship challenge remaining between them, but the first cracks and paranoia in the relationship between McLaren team-mates Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button surfaced in the wake of a difficult Japanese Grand Prix for the team…

5. Raikkonen: I'm not stupid - 6 November
Kimi Raikkonen's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was made memorable not just by his first victory since 2009, but also but the withering way he dealt with messages from the pit-wall…

6. Hamilton's Mercedes deal confirmed - 28 September
Lewis Hamilton will drive for Mercedes for the next three years after confirmation that he will switch from McLaren for the 2013 season…

7. Stewards confirm Vettel overtake was legal - 25 November
There will be no investigation or action taken regarding an overtaking move that triple world champion Sebastian Vettel made on Sauber's Kamui Kobayashi on lap nine during the 2012 F1 Grand Prix of Brazil in Sao Paulo…

8. Hamilton to Mercedes, Schumacher to quit? - 5 September
Lewis Hamilton could swap one shade of silver for another next season, if rumours emanating from the build-up to this weekend's Italian Grand Prix are to be believed…

9. Vettel title hangs in the balance - 29 November



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January 02, 2013 7:07 PM

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