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GP 2013 Racing Manager Game

GP 2013 runs in the BATracer game engine.

The all new GP 2013 Season, featuring updated cars, calendar and stats. Yet more close racing.


Red Bell

"The team to beat in recent years, but did last seasons title battle compromise the development of the 2013 car?"

Team Wales

Like Red Bell this team ploughed a lot of energy into the end of last season… but have they done a better job?


"A clean sheet design for this season, but have the team gone too far and made a car that is difficult to setup?"


"Excellent results in pre-season testing and sporting a double-DRS, the team hopes to build on last years consistent performances."


"Some significant changes within this team, but no big claims about challenging for championships with the drivers playing down their chances before seasons start. That said, a consistent mid-field runner with bigger long term aims."


"Defying the critics, Bauber performed well last year and embarassed the bigger teams on more than one occasion despite limited resources. The team hopes to build on this and be the best of the rest."

Fierce Indians

A complete redesign for this year with high hopes… if expectations are met then expect to see them consistently in Q3.


Can this team build on last years race victory? It is certainly hoped that this historic group can find greater success this season.

Roro Torso

Under threat from the back marker teams Roro look set to break out of their run of poor finishes with an all-new car following the introduction of new design talent.

Rotherham GP

"Low expectations this season, with many commenting on the fact the team are focussing on 2014 instead, and the suggestion that this years car is almost identical to the previous season."


"Nearly beating their main back marker rival last year, for this season the team have invested considerably more effort in their car than them too. The question is can their drivers deliver? The only team sporting a Crossworx engine."


Reno RS27-2013

2.4L V8

Mernandez FO 108Z

2.4L V8

Welsh 056

2.4L V8

Crossworx CA2013

2.4L V8



  • Super Soft - "Slick for dry weather, least durable."
  • Soft - Slick for dry weather.
  • Medium - Slick for dry weather.
  • Hard - "Slick for dry weather, most durable."
  • Intermediate - For mixed weather conditions.
  • Wet - For wet weather.

  • Events Calendar


    Australia - 17th March

    The classic start to the season - Melbourne. Teams are eager to score their first points and set the tone for the season ahead.


    Malaysia - 24th March

    "Sweeping corners, tight bends and an atmosphere heavy with humidity makes this one of the most difficult races of the season for a driver. Malaysia is still in the grip of the rainy season, meaning heavy downpours can come without warning. Beware."


    China - 14th April

    This track requires a compromise between finding top speed on the long straight and having enough mechanical grip to be fast through the slow corners.


    Bahrain - 21st April

    "After being cancelled in the previous year due to civil unrest, the circus returns back to the dusty circuit. This is the last race before the return to Europe."


    Spain - 12th May

    "For the last ten years, the pole-sitter has won this race. This track itself is usually a litmus test for the quality of each team's aerodynamic design."


    Monte-Carlo - 26th May

    Surely the most famous and glamorous GP circuits is the toughest of them all - with a beautiful harbour and many bars to visit. The narrow streets are real nightmare in a GP car and the race duration requires huge levels of stamina. Driver errors abound.


    Canada - 9th June

    A popular high speed circuit with heavy breaking. Rain is not uncommon. Slipstreaming is a popular tactic to pass the drivers in front.


    England - 30th June

    "The classic British circuit, featuring fast sweeping corners. The vent can often suffer from heavy rain with unpredictable results."


    Germany - 7th July

    "Germany's track rotation continues, with a return to the Nürburgring. This track provides no specific demands for the cars, and as such requires a setup compromise to deal with the wide range of corner types."


    Hungary - 28th July

    "Widely condemned in the past, the Hungaroring is starting to gain respect with the fans. Hungary has produced several upsets in recent years, and it has become a habit that a driver will win their first ever race here."


    Belgium - 25th August

    The Ardennes is home to what is renowned by some as the best circuit in the world. Awesome elevation changes and flowing corners make this a real driver's circuit. Wet weather is a constant threat here so be on the lookout throughout.


    Italy - 8th September

    "With 73% of the lap at full throttle, Monza boasts the claim of being the fastest circuit on the calendar and having the most dedicated fan base. High speeds usually mean it is the shortest race of the season, meaning time is of the essence."


    Singapore - 22nd September

    "This race is likely to again be F1's longest race, approaching the two hour limit. This, along with the humid weather, provides a challenge for fitness, concentration and reliability."


    Korea - 6th October

    This track offers a distinct mix of styles. The first half of the track is a test for top speed and braking stability. The second half of the track requires good aerodynamics. Finding a balance between both is the key to being fast here.


    Japan - 13th October

    The legendary Suzuka circuit has been the scene of many classic GP races. Its figure of 8 layout makes it unique - the track itself tests the driver with very fast corners such as 130R.


    India - 27th October

    "A dusty circuit in it's first year which made mistakes common, the track is blessed with a design optimised for overtaking and plenty of run off."

    Abu Dhabi

    United Arab Emirates - 3rd November

    A curious circuit that has produced both close racing and frustration in it's first years. Day turns into night as the season enters it's twilight phase.

    Circuit of the Americas

    USA - 17th November

    The GP circus makes it's 2nd visit to the North American continent. Plenty of elevation changes and challenging corners at one of the newer circuits on the calendar. The penultimate race.


    Brazil - 24th November

    The season finale. Located in the city of Sau Paulo the Interlagos circuit has a rare anti-clockwise configuration. The track is very bumpy and requires a soft set up; engine power is also important with cars having to climb a hill up towards the start finish line.

    GP 2013 Racing Strategy Game

    GP 2013

    GP 2013 once again features a very tight pack for close racing.


    Points are rewarded as follows:

    1st - 25
    2nd - 18
    3rd - 15
    4th - 12
    5th - 10
    6th - 8
    7th - 6
    8th - 4
    9th - 2
    10th - 1

    A Note About Tyre Selection

    Before every race, on the race strategy page ensure you have a tyre picked in the wet/dry part of the page.

    Otherwise you may find you put on not only the wrong compound tyres but also tyres which are useless.

    This situation occurs when the available compounds change from one race to the next, e.g. soft/medium in race 1, to supersoft/hard in race 2. When this happens the server automatically removes your selection for soft/medium for the 2nd race as it should do, but it is up to the player to pick the replacement compound. If you do not, your race may well be ruined so beware of this particular trap!


    With thanks to:
    Mariusz Pilarek
    Sam Crawford
    Matthew Allington
    Erick Kacino
    Aaron West
    Auke Groenenboom

    Thanks to all others if your name isn't mentioned here.


    Though this carset is inspired by high level single seater racing, no actual real life teams, cars or intellectual property is included.

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