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F1 Pictures: When things didn't go to plan

A selection of memorable moments captured on camera during the 2013 F1 season - 'Tweet', 'Like', 'G+' etc to share with your friends!
Here are a selection of moments when things didn't quite go to plan during the 2013 F1 season – and it was caught on camera.

Most of the drivers suffered their fair share of bad luck – with notable exceptions – and there's no doubt that some would have preferred not to get a permanent reminder of the moment things went wrong…

Jerez test: One of Lewis Hamilton's first runs with Mercedes comes to an early conclusion
Malaysian GP: Ferrari rue the decision not to pit Fernando Alonso with nose damage – he promptly crashes out
Chinese GP: Esteban Gutierrez gets it all wrong under braking in the early stages in Shanghai
Spanish GP: Three wheels on my wagon – things don't go to plan for Caterham's Giedo van der Garde in Barcelona
Monaco GP: Felipe Massa makes more than one trip into the barriers at St Devote during the Monaco weekend
Monaco GP: Maldonado is another to crash out – this time after contact from Max Chilton's Marussia
British GP: Hamilton is amongst to suffer tyre failures in a dramatic race at Silverstone
German GP: An innocuous looking spin sees the end of Massa in Germany
Belgian GP: Paul di Resta is given a helping hand into retirement by Maldonado at Spa
Italian GP: di Resta is an early retirement at Monza after contact in the pack
Singapore GP: Daniel Ricciardo doesn't make the finish after nosing his car into the barriers
Korean GP: Mark Webber's hopes go up in smoke in Korea after he is taken out by an out-of-control Adrian Sutil
Japanese GP: Jules Bianchi and Giedo van der Garde retire early on in Japan after a collision
Abu Dhabi GP: Kimi Raikkonen doesn't survive the opening lap at Yas Marina
Brazilian GP: Romain Grosjean's engine lets go in dramatic fashion in the season finale at Interlagos



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