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In the round-up: Nico Hulkenberg's team mate Esteban Gutierrez is surprised the likes of Ferrari and Lotus passed him over for a drive.
Formula One's efforts to liven up the racing failed to keep viewers excited during 2013, which had a lower rating than the last season without DRS.
In the round-up: Todt says F1 costs are too high • Anthony Hamilton admits sponsorship deal was "scam" • Kubica wins FIA 'Personality' award
What's being said between this trio of 2013 race-winners? It's up to you to decide in our latest Caption Competition.
In the round-up: Vettel has "proven enough" • Todt hits back at Ward • Maldonado: '2013 my best year' • Hamilton withdrew loan offer to father
Felipe Massa started more races for Ferrari than any driver bar Michael Schumacher. Here's a look back on his career in pictures.
Jean Todt has been elected to serve as president of the FIA for a second term. Todt was voted to continue as president during the FIA's Annual General Assembly.
Kevin Magnussen says he doesn't feel under pressure to live up to the standard set by Lewis Hamilton at McLaren.
Sauber's 2013 season improved in the second half of the year but was still a disappointment after the highs of 2012.
Antonio Felix da Costa has joined Red Bull's 2014 line-up as a test driver.
In the round-up: Ferrari can reject Ecclestone successor • Dennis investigating McLaren buyout • F1 clashes with Texas NASCAR race
Having been the quickest team last year McLaren suffered a dreadful 2013. But one team fell even further away from the pace than the silver cars did.
Despite missing out on places on the 2014 F1 calendar the FIA has left the door open for Mexico and New Jersey to appear on a future schedule.
Toro Rosso failed to achieve their target of finishing sixth in the championship but fulfilled their other goal of providing a new driver for sister team Red Bull.
In the round-up: Di Resta expects to lose seat • Anthony Hamilton says Di Resta case "attracted bad press" • Sauber haven't compromised 2014
Bernie Ecclestone says he has "no doubt" a Formula One race in New Jersey will go ahead in 2015 after it was postponed for a second time.
The FIA has confirmed the 2014 F1 calendar will have 19 races instead of the 22 proposed earlier this year.
The battle for supremacy was closer at Red Bull than it was at Ferrari. But, like Alonso, Vettel was never beaten by his outgoing team mate over a full season.
Pastor Maldonado hailed the FW35 as the best car he'd ever driven when he sampled it for the first time. But it proved a huge disappointment for Williams.
In the round-up: Ecclestone says New Jersey race will happen in 2015 • Mercedes blocking weight rise • New engines 'could hit 840bhp'