The 2013 Formula One season so far, ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday:
Australian Grand Prix - March 17
Kimi Raikkonen. Image: AP
Kimi Raikkonen upstaged the established order to claim a resounding victory for Lotus in the season-opener in Melbourne.
Fernando Alonso. Image: AP
The Finn roared off from seventh on the grid and employed a two-stop strategy to win from Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and Red Bull's three-time defending world champion Sebastian Vettel.
Alonso's team-mate Felipe Massa of Brazil was fourth with Lewis Hamilton, making his Mercedes debut after his high-profile move from McLaren, fifth.
Standings: Raikkonen 25 pts, Alonso 18, Vettel 15
Malaysian Grand Prix - March 24
Vettel incensed stablemate Mark Webber and ignited a team orders row as he ignored Red Bull's strict instructions and pulled off a risky overtaking move to snatch victory.
The German ace went wheel-to-wheel with Webber late in the race, earning a stern rebuke from team principal Christian Horner, before emerging in front and taking his 27th win, putting him on top of the early championship standings.
Third-placed Hamilton's first podium for Mercedes was also tainted after team orders reining in his driving partner Nico Rosberg.
Standings: Vettel 40, Raikkonen 31, Webber 26
Chinese Grand Prix - April 14
Alonso stormed back after failing to finish in Malaysia to open his 2013 account ahead of Raikkonen and pole-sitter Hamilton in a race packed with incident.
Starting from third, Alonso crossed the line first after the lead swapped hands several times and both Webber and Rosberg were among the retirements.
Vettel, who had set off from ninth, finished fourth, a whisker behind Hamilton as he maintained his lead in the overall standings.
Standings: Vettel 52, Raikkonen 49, Alonso 42
Bahrain Grand Prix - April 21
Vettel extended his lead in the title race when he claimed an impressive victory for Red Bull in an incident-filled Bahrain Grand Prix.
The 25-year-old's second win in four races and the 28th of his career saw him pass Jackie Stewart into sixth in the all-time Grand Prix winning list.
Starting second, Vettel took the lead on lap three and then controlled the 57-lap race as he came home 9.1 seconds clear of Raikkonen. Frenchman Romain Grosjean finished third.
Standings: Vettel 77, Raikkonen 67, Hamilton 50
Spanish Grand Prix - May 12
Alonso thrilled his massive home crowd with a dominant victory for Ferrari in a tactical race in which management of Pirelli's ultra-quick wearing tyres was essential.
The Spaniard's second win of the season boosted his challenge for a third world title, lifting him to third in the overall standings.
Felipe Massa. Image: AP
Raikkonen took second in the race with Ferrari's Massa in third, Vettel fourth and Mercedes pole-sitter Rosberg dropping to sixth.
Standings: Vettel 89, Raikkonen 85, Alonso 72
Monaco Grand Prix - May 26
Rosberg became the first son of a former Monaco Grand Prix winner to triumph on the streets of the Mediterranean principality when he drove his Mercedes to an accomplished victory.
In a chaotic race littered with accidents, a red flag and two safety car interventions, the 27-year-old German, son of 1983 victor Keke Rosberg, produced an impeccable race to claim the second win of his career.
He came home ahead of the Red Bulls of Vettel and Webber, with Hamilton fourth.
Standings: Vettel 107, Raikkonen 86, Alonso 78
Canadian Grand Prix - June 9
Vettel claimed the 29th victory of his career with his and Red Bull's first win at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Starting from his third consecutive pole at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, the defending triple world champion came home unchallenged after a serene display of dominant front-running.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton. Image: AP
Alonso fought from sixth on the grid to take second, with Hamilton third.
Standings: Vettel 132, Alonso 96, Raikkonen 88
British Grand Prix - June 30
Rosberg won, but his Mercedes team-mate Hamilton took as many plaudits when he fought back from a massive tyre explosion to finish fourth in a thrilling recovery at Silverstone.
In a race marred by four tyre failures, Hamilton lost the lead before battling back from last place. Rosberg survived huge late pressure from Red Bull's retirement-bound Webber to claim his second win of the season. Alonso took third.
Standings: Vettel 132, Alonso 111, Raikkonen 98
German Grand Prix - July 6
Sebastian Vettel. Image: AP
Vettel finally won on home soil to extend his lead in the world championship to 34 points over Alonso.
Starting from second, Vettel was pushed all the way before easing his Red Bull home ahead of Raikkonen and the Finn's Lotus team-mate, Grosjean. It was the German's fourth win of the season and the 30th of his career.
Standings: Vettel 157, Alonso 123, Raikkonen 116
Hungarian Grand Prix - July 28
Hamilton ended weeks of frustration when he finally won his first race for Mercedes in textbook fashion.
The Briton led from pole to the chequered flag, apart from three short spells for pit-stops, as he secured his fourth victory at the Hungaroring in sweltering conditions.
More than 10 seconds behind in second came Raikkonen, with Vettel third.
Standings: Vettel 172, Raikkonen 134, Alonso 133
Belgian Grand Prix - August 25
Vettel delivered a crushing blow to his title rivals when he increased his lead in the drivers' championship with a consummate triumph for Red Bull.
The 26-year-old German took the lead from pole-sitter Hamilton on the opening lap and then pulled clear to claim his fifth win of the year and the 31st of his career.
The defending triple world champion came home a comfortable 16.869 seconds ahead of second-placed Alonso of Ferrari with Hamilton third for Mercedes.
Standings: Vettel 197, Alonso 151, Hamilton 139
Italian Grand Prix - September 8
Vettel earned boos of frustration from the Italian crowd as he extended his world championship lead to more than 50 points over Ferrari's Alonso with his third win in four races.
The German survived a torrid start and gearbox problems to finish 5.4 seconds clear of the chasing Alonso and Webber, while Massa took fourth.
Britain's Hamilton started 12th, lost the use of his team radio and suffered a slow puncture, as he fought back twice to finish ninth, calling the race "a nightmare".