Where was the Japanese Grand Prix held in 2013?
The 2013 Japanese Grand Prix (formally known as the 2013 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix) was a Formula One motor race that was held on 13 October 2013 at the Suzuka Circuit in Suzuka, Japan. The race was the fifteenth round of the 2013 season, and marked the 39th running of the Japanese Grand Prix.
Why was the Turkish Grand Prix cancelled in Formula 1?
The Turkish Grand Prix is cancelled just two weeks after it was put on the Formula 1 calendar and replaced by a second race in Austria. Mercedes may have started the season on the back foot, but Lewis Hamilton makes up the difference.
How many races are in a Formula 1 season?
In seasons with an odd number of races, the number of races aired is rounded down (i.e. nine races in a nineteen race season).
When did the BBC start broadcasting Formula One races?
The British Broadcasting Corporation first began televising Formula One during the 1950s in which it provided reviews and highlights of various races within the Formula One seasons. Full F1 races only began to be broadcast during the 1960’s and were never displayed live.
Who are the drivers in the Japanese Grand Prix?
Qualifying Pos. No. Driver Constructor Q1 1 2 Mark Webber Red Bull – Renault 1:32.271 2 1 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull – Renault 1:32.397 3 10 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:32.340 4 8 Romain Grosjean Lotus – Renault 1:31.824
Where did Romain Grosjean finish in the Japanese Grand Prix?
Romain Grosjean took his second podium in succession in third position for Lotus F1. This was Red Bull’s 14th one-two finish in Formula One. The result meant that the title was not sealed at Suzuka but Vettel could seal it with 5th place at the next race in India.