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A familiar sight in 2013.
And here are some facts and figures for the larger numbers.
16—the number of times a driver who finished the season in the Top 10 of the Drivers' Championship finished a race outside the Top 10.
19—the number of races finished by Max Chilton—a record for a rookie.
23—the number of drivers who took part in the 2013 season. This is the lowest number since 2008's 22.
23—the net number of places lost on opening laps by Mark Webber and Lewis Hamilton, the season's worst starters.
28—the number of laps Max Chilton lost to being lapped. He might have finished every race, but he was 28 laps down on the maximum number he could have completed.
29—the net number of places gained on opening laps by Pastor Maldonado, the season's top starter.
38—the number of classified finishes achieved by McLaren, an all-time record for a team.
38—the number of podiums scored by current world champions (from a total of 57).
38—the number of times a non-pole-sitting driver started and finished in exactly the same position.
48—the above stat, including pole-sitters.
117—the (theoretical) total number of grid places lost due to penalties. The actual figure is lower, as a driver can't start lower than 22nd.
136—the total number of racing laps completed on non-dry tyres in 2013.
236—Red Bull's Constructors' Championship winning margin. This is greater than the total of all winning margins in this championship from 1958 to 1976.
397—the number of points scored by Sebastian Vettel. That's 37 more than Mercedes, who were second in the Constructors' Championship.
417—the number of starts made. Nico Hulkenberg's DNS in Australia (due to a fuel system problem) makes it an odd number.
684—the number of laps led by Sebastian Vettel. Nico Rosberg was second on 104.
913—the number of laps completed by Giedo van der Garde, the season's bottom lapper (full season only).
1126—the number of laps completed by Jenson Button, the season's top lapper.
1131—the maximum number of laps any driver could have completed.
25700—the total number of tyres used in 2013. 23,300 dry and 2,400 intermediate/wet.