Red Bull Racing's Sebastian Vettel
claimed the F1 drivers' championship for the fourth year in a row in 2013.
Vettel was in a class of his own, winning 13 of the 19 races - and all nine in the second half of the season. It meant only four other drivers claimed wins, namely Fernando Alonso
and Nico Rosberg
– who took two apiece, while Lewis Hamilton
and Kimi Raikkonen
had to settle for just one each, with the former coming out top in Hungary, while the latter took the honours at the season opener in Australia.
Vettel concluded the season with 397 points on the board – 155 more than Alonso – while Red Bull
were similarly dominant en-route
to the Constructors' title, notching up 596 points, compared to just 360 by Mercedes.
So did the dominance of Vettel and Red Bull
spoil the season and just make it too dull and predictable?
Or was it special to see Vettel emulate Michael Schumacher, Alain Prost and Juan Manuel Fangio, the only other Drivers' in F1 history to have also won four or more titles?
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