That is the view of Mark Webber, who after retiring from Formula One has already moved on to his next challenge, testing his 2014 Le Mans car and being officially unveiled as Porsche’s lead driver.Fernando Alonso, Formula 1, Lewis Hamilton, Mark Webber, Sebastian Vettel
International publications have described the highly controversial decision to award double-points in the 2014 season finale as “strange” (Bild) and “crazy” (La Gazzetta dello Sport).
And Reuters correspondent Alan Baldwin said F1 fans expressed “dismay and anger on social media,” while former driver Taki Inoue described the change as “something like a Nintendo Mario game.Fernando Alonso, FIA, Formula 1, Jean Todt, Sebastian Vettel
You don’t have to be a dummy to enjoy this – just sit back and have a laugh at our version of events. In Part One, Joe talks you through the first four races of the season. Kimi Raikkonen isn’t very chatty, Sebastian Vettel defies the “Multi21″ team order, Pirelli tires start exploding everywhere and Fernando Alonso tries to chase down the charging Red Bulls.
These episodes have been created through Pole Position’s collaboration with American animator Joe Nicolosi.
Read more for Part 2….Fernando Alonso, Formula 1, Kimi Raikkonen, Mark Webber, Sebastian Vettel, Video
Stefano Domenicali admits it was frustrating to lose second place in the constructors’ championship in Brazil after Felipe Massa’s drive through penalty cost vital points.
Nevertheless the team boss says there was much good to come out of the season.Felipe Massa, Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, Formula 1, Stefano Domenicali
The 2013 Formula 1 season concluded today at Interlagos. Red Bull finished one-two with four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel claiming his 13th win of the season. Webber claimed the runner-up spot in his final F1 race with Fernando Alonso in third.
We caught up with several drivers to talk about the season-ending Brazilian GP. Here’s what they had to say…
Ninth Straight Win Was No Walk In The Park, Says Vettel
Sebastian Vettel’s ninth straight victory in Interlagos has tied him with the record set by Alberto Ascari over the 1952-’53 seasons.
However this time he had to work hard for it, having lost the lead on the first lap and then faced a delay in the pits when the team called him in at the last minute and his tires were not ready. Throughout the race, he was kept on his toes by Mark Webber.Brazilian GP, Fernando Alonso, Formula 1, Interlagos, Mark Webber, Nico Rosberg, Sebastian Vettel