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2013-12-19 08:09

MOST RELIABLE CAR IN 2013: Ferrari earns the title of most reliable car in 2013 while Lotus will have to address its five technical failures of the season. Image: AFP

Ferrari had the most reliable car on the 2013 grid, with Fernando Alonso and Felipe Mass never retiring from a single grands prix due to technical failure, reports Germany's Auto Motor und Sport magazine.

Despite a season free of technical failures, Ferrari did not complete the most laps in 2013 due to three race incidents.


Ferrari had only the fifth-best mileage record of 2013, finishing the season behind McLaren, Red Bull, Mercedes and even Williams. Those teams, however, suffered multiple technical retirements, as opposed to faultless Ferrari.

Among the least reliable teams on the grid was Lotus with seven incident-related retirements and five technical failures. Other least reliable teams include Caterham and Force India.

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