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Crash.net’s Top 10 F1 stories of 2013

A look back at the F1 stories that caught your attention on Crash.net over the course of 2013
With the New Year celebrations now at an end, we thought it was time to reflect on what you enjoyed most from our coverage of the 2013 F1 season.

As was the case last year, it was driver salaries that got you talking the most, with our most read story from 2012 actually coming second this time around as you looked to compare who was earning what in 2013 with twelve months earlier.

Elsewhere, no fewer than four of the top ten most read F1 stories are linked to the controversial Malaysian Grand Prix, with Mark Webber's retirement, Kimi Raikkonen's return to Ferrari and the sad death of Maria de Villota also featuring highly…

1. F1 2013 driver salaries published - 10 May
The annual list of F1 salaries has again been published, and while Fernando Alonso remains top, he has now been joined by Lewis Hamilton.

2. F1 2012 driver salaries published – who earns the most? - 3 June 2012
The annual list of F1 salaries has again been published, with Fernando Alonso again leading the way, while Sebastian Vettel is down in joint fourth, taking home the same as the likes of his team-mate, Mark Webber, as well as Nico Rosberg and current struggler, Felipe Massa.

3. Webber to consider F1 future - 24 March
Red Bull's Mark Webber has hinted he could consider his future in the sport in the wake of the Malaysian Grand Prix, where team-mate Sebastian Vettel deliberately disobeyed team orders and stole the victory.




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