The F1 Midweek Report: Episode 19

Vettel, Webber and 2013 highs and lows all up for discussion post-Brazil

By Sky Sports Online.   Last Updated: 29/11/13 10:58am

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Formula 1 has reached the end of another season and the final Midweek Report of 2013 looks back at the highs and lows from an incident-filled year in the sport.

Anna Woolhouse is joined by F1 Racing magazine Editor Anthony Rowlinson and former Red Bull and HRT Race Engineer Mark Hutcheson to reflect on the season finale in Brazil and a host of other talking points from the campaign just gone:

* Where Sebastian Vettel ranks in the pantheon of greats after equalling Alberto Ascari's 60-year-old mark of nine straight F1 victories;

* Mark Webber's F1 swansong and how he will be remembered;

* Anthony and Mark select their standout moments of 2013;

* Who will hold the upper hand in F1's bold new turbo engine era?

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