We have been, we have to admit, a little disappointed with the quality of the Formula One annual review in recent years, but with a new production company determined to make its mark, we're confident that this season's review is going to be a classic. 2013 has been an interesting season. It has seen Sebastian Vettel elevated from the ranks of the very good, to the ranks of the truly great. There have only ever been four drivers who have won the championship on four occasions and, at the tender age of 26, Vettel is one of them. In truth, Sebastian has made it look easy; the real excitement came further down the grid. Lewis was busy showing that jumping ship for Mercedes was inspired, although Nico kept him honest all year long. Kimi proved that he still had what it took. So much so, that next year he will be joining Alonso at Ferrari. Fernando had another great season, albeit not a successful one, but what he achieved in an uncompetitive car was truly remarkable. And certainly much more remarkable than the achievements of Jenson and Sergio. McLaren's performance in 2013 was frankly embarrasing. With some five hours of footage, this year's coverage looks like being the best ever, with amazing on-board footage, interviews with all the key players, and lots of politics as ever. Running time: 300mins.
- Running time - 300 minutes