With so many great pictures appearing on Crash.net over an F1 weekend it can be hard to keep track.

So, here we bring you ten pictures that sum up the 2013 F1 Japanese Grand Prix, a race where Sebastian Vettel triumphed in a battle of tyre strategy as Red Bull claimed a 1-2...

Enjoy...

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Romain Grosjean makes a great start from fourth on the grid and leads into the first corner...
Elsewhere Lewis Hamilton picks up a puncture after making contact with Sebastian Vettel's front wing. He later retires - his first DNF of the season...
Further back Giedo van der Garde and Jules Bianchi clash into Turn 1...
van der Garde and Bianchi both retire...
Grosjean leads early on from Webber, Vettel and the rest...
Kimi Raikkonen passes Jenson Button for P10 on lap 7. Kimi will eventually finish in fifth, Button in ninth...
Vettel opts for a two-stop strategy, passing Grosjean for P2 on lap 41...
Webber pits for the third time from the lead on lap 43 and drops back to P3. He eventually gets by Grosjean and up into second on the penultimate lap...
Vettel crosses the line to take his fourth win in Japan and his ninth of the season, but it is not quite enough to give him the title...
Vettel is joined on the podium by Webber and Grosjean. Next stop India...

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