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Revealed your ultimate F1 2013 Driver of the Day

Kimi Raikkonen secures your ultimate 2013 F1 Driver of the Day honour
Kimi Raikkonen has beaten Fernando Alonso and Romain Grosjean to take Crash.net's ultimate F1 2013 Driver of the Day honour.

Throughout the year and after each of the 19 races that made up the 2013 F1 World Championship, we have asked you to vote for your Driver of the Day and in total we had nine different gold medallists, with Raikkonen taking the Driver of the Day accolade six times in total – despite missing the final two events.

Alonso and Grosjean meanwhile were both voted Driver of the Day on three occasions - however, the Spaniard pips the Frenchman for second overall, as he took three silver medals and two bronze. Grosjean failed to get a silver medal and took just one bronze.

The full break down of the results is below, with Sebastian Vettel, who won 13 of the 19 races this season and who comfortably took his fourth drivers' title in a row, getting just one Driver of the day gold, although the German did take two silver medals and eight bronze medals.

You can also compare this year's results with last by clicking HERE.


Driver of the Day – Gold medals:

Kimi Raikkonen 6
Fernando Alonso 3
Romain Grosjean 3
Mark Webber 2
Adrian Sutil 1
Lewis Hamilton 1
Nico Hulkenberg 1
Sebastian Vettel 1
Jenson Button 1

Driver of the Day – Silver medals:

Kimi Raikkonen 3
Fernando Alonso 3
Nico Rosberg 2
Paul di Resta 2
Mark Webber 2
Sebastian Vettel 2
Adrian Sutil 1
Sergio Perez 1
Lewis Hamilton 1
Nico Hulkenberg 1
Valtteri Bottas 1

Driver of the Day - Bronze medals:

Sebastian Vettel 8
Daniel Ricciardo 3
Fernando Alonso 2
Felipe Massa 2
Kimi Raikkonen 2
Paul di Resta 1
Romain Grosjean 1
Lewis Hamilton 1
Sergio Perez 1


Driver of the Day results – race-by-race:

Australian GP
Kimi Raikkonen (57.87 per cent of vote)*
Adrian Sutil (18.66 per cent of vote)
Fernando Alonso (7.73 per cent of vote)

Malaysian GP
Mark Webber (48.89 per cent of vote)
Nico Rosberg (16.64 per cent of vote)
Sebastian Vettel (12.06 per cent of vote)*

Chinese GP
Kimi Raikkonen (34.56 per cent of vote)
Fernando Alonso (30.08 per cent of vote)*
Daniel Ricciardo (14.78 per cent of vote)

Bahrain GP
Kimi Raikkonen (26.45 per cent of vote)
Sergio Perez (19.61 per cent of vote)
Paul di Resta (15.60 per cent of vote)

Spanish GP
Fernando Alonso (45.82 per cent of vote)*
Kimi Raikkonen (27.22 per cent of vote)
Felipe Massa (13.48 per cent of vote)

Monaco GP
Adrian Sutil (27.91 per cent of vote)
Nico Rosberg (26.10 per cent of vote)*
Kimi Raikkonen (21.96 per cent of vote)

Canadian GP
Fernando Alonso (37.55 per cent of vote)
Paul di Resta (23.88 per cent of vote)
Sebastian Vettel (14.69 per cent of vote)*

British GP
Mark Webber (28.78 per cent of vote)
Lewis Hamilton (27.33 per cent of vote)
Daniel Ricciardo (13.08 per cent of vote)

German GP
Kimi Raikkonen (33.33 per cent of vote)
Mark Webber (25.88 per cent of vote)
Sebastian Vettel (16.85 per cent of vote)*

Hungarian GP
Lewis Hamilton (45.93 per cent of vote)*
Kimi Raikkonen (31.67 per cent of vote)
Romain Grosjean (10.41 per cent of vote)

Belgian GP
Fernando Alonso (52.85 per cent of vote)
Sebastian Vettel (25.34 per cent of vote)*
Daniel Ricciardo (7.27 per cent of vote)

Italian GP
Nico Hulkenberg (28.57 per cent of vote)
Fernando Alonso (21.18 per cent of vote)
Lewis Hamilton (16.75 per cent of vote)

Singapore GP
Kimi Raikkonen (58.14 per cent of vote)
Fernando Alonso (17.90 per cent of vote)
Sebastian Vettel (17.23 per cent of vote)*

Korean GP
Kimi Raikkonen (47.01 per cent of vote)
Nico Hulkenberg (41.04 per cent of vote)
Sebastian Vettel (4.13 per cent of vote)*

Japanese GP
Romain Grosjean (40.79 per cent of vote)
Kimi Raikkonen (30.64 per cent of vote)
Sebastian Vettel (10.77 per cent of vote)*

Indian GP
Romain Grosjean (48.72 per cent of vote)
Sebastian Vettel (20.88 per cent of vote)*
Felipe Massa (5.49 per cent of vote)
Sergio Perez (5.49 per cent of vote)
Kimi Raikkonen (5.49 per cent of vote)

Abu Dhabi GP
Sebastian Vettel (41.84 per cent of vote)*
Paul di Resta (16.05 per cent of vote)
Fernando Alonso (12.63 per cent of vote)

United States GP
Romain Grosjean (36.83 per cent of vote)
Valtteri Bottas(32.72 per cent of vote)
Sebastian Vettel (13.17 per cent of vote)*

Brazilian GP
Jenson Button (41.30 per cent of vote)
Mark Webber (22.60 per cent of vote)
Sebastian Vettel (12.99 per cent of vote)*

*denotes won race



Related Pictures

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01.11.2013- Free Practice 2: Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Lotus F1 Team E21
02.11.2013- Free Practice 3: Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Lotus F1 Team E21
17.03.2013- Race, Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Lotus F1 Team E21 race winner, 2nd position Fernando Alonso (ESP) Scuderia Ferrari F138 and 3rd position Sebastian Vettel (GER) Red Bull Racing RB9
17.03.2013- Race, Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Lotus F1 Team E21 race winner
17.03.2013- Race, Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Lotus F1 Team E21 race winner, 2nd position Fernando Alonso (ESP) Scuderia Ferrari F138 and 3rd position Sebastian Vettel (GER) Red Bull Racing RB9

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intheredcorner

December 16, 2013 2:52 PM

what!!! surely lewis hamilton is the most popular driver in the cosmos, how come he didnt win :-D vettel has the (real/important) accolades everyone else wants. of the rest, i think kimi (or Alonso) has been the best value, and if they go ahead with three car teams i hope ferrari sign seb (or kimi and fernando go to red bull :-))

eyedontcare

December 17, 2013 11:18 AM

Spice, remember also that Vettel won in the Torro Rosso as well as dominating that entire weekend, something that none of the subsequent Rosso drivers have got anywhere near doing, including Ricciardo. Vettel also regularly wins in a variety of cars when competing in the Race of champions. Half the other top guys wont even enter that competition for fear of exposing themselves. Vettel is by some way the best racing driver of modern times. Its difficult to argue against that.



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