Sebastian Vettel on claiming his ninth consecutive victory this season; Mark Webber on bowing out of F1 racing with second place; Fernando Alonso on ending the year on the podium; Lewis Hamilton on his tangle with Valtteri Bottas; Felipe Massa on his controversial penalty; and the Marussia team on beating Caterham to tenth in the constructors' championship. All 22 drivers and senior team personnel report back on an emotional day of racing in Brazil
Jenson Button admitted McLaren desperately needed to end its 2013 Formula 1 season on a high, after he and Sergio Perez charged to fourth and sixth places in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel took his ninth consecutive win of 2013 at the final race of the season in Brazil on Sunday, as Red Bull team mate Mark Webber ended his F1 career with second place. Vettel lost the lead at the start, but swiftly regained it and then never relinquished it. Webber too slipped back early on, but battled his way through, as Ferrari's Fernando Alonso completed the podium
Sebastian Vettel said he was disappointed to see the 2013 season end after winning the final nine race of the year in a row.
Felipe Massa believes he did nothing wrong during the Brazilian Grand Prix, and was strongly critical of the FIA officials for handing him a penalty
Mark Webber said he felt pride in his achievements as a Formula One driver after finishing on the podium in his final race.
Lewis Hamilton said he could not understand what happened in his Brazilian Grand Prix collision with Valtteri Bottas.
Sebastian Vettel has rounded out the 2013 season in typically dominant fashion, taking his ninth victory in succession at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Mercedes are confirmed in second in the constructors' championship ahead of Ferrari and Lotus, as Marussia claim tenth ahead of Caterham.
Sebastian Vettel won the Brazilian Grand Prix ahead of Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso.
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Full report will be added shortly...Sebastian Vettel ended the 2013 Formula 1 season with a ninth consecutive race win, as his Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber said goodbye to the championship with second place.
Sergio Perez has been moved back five places on the grid after receiving a penalty for changing his gearbox.
The decision to pause Brazilian Grand Prix qualifying for 40 minutes due to the rain caused some controversy, especially as conditions were soon appropriate for intermediate tyres when running resumed
The final race of season always has something of an end-of-term feeling and this year's Brazilian round was no exception, especially with several notable farewells to be made. Mark Webber was calling time on his 12-year F1 career ahead of a move to sportscars with Porsche next year
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