The 2013 Formula One season draws to a close this weekend and hopefully, it will go out in style. Interlagos knows how to host a season-closing race, and the Brazilian fans know how to raise the atmosphere to a whole new level. With forecasts showing rain for most, if not all, of the weekend, there's an additional component that has been missing for a lot of the year.
This weekend sees the final race for Mark Webber in F1, and it will feature a lot of high emotions as some drivers complete their last races with their current teams, whether their future is known or not. The championships are pretty much decided, but there are still some points up for grabs, and every little helps.
With a uniquely short track, the anti-clockwise nature of the Autódromo José Carlos Pace adds some challenges for this final weekend, and with drivers, teams and cars all starting to feel the wear and tear of a long season, almost anything can happen and it most probably will!
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References Autódromo José Carlos Pace, Mark Webber
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