Now it appears that who will be where in 2014 has added Jenson Button into the mix.
Hard and medium Pirelli tyres for Spa-Francorchamps
Just one year ago Jenson Button had one of the most satisfying wins of his career at Spa-Francorchamps.
Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen was second with a two-stop strategy.
Jenson Button: “I’m sure we can still have fun tomorrow.”
Sergio Perez: "Our aim for this weekend will be to score points and to have another decent weekend as we did in Germany.”
A good way to celebrate a special anniversary is to be at a glorious event with the racing machines from the past while remembering Bruce McLaren.
Among the attendees were Bianchi, Chilton, Rossi, Kovalainen, Valsecchi, Gene, Button, Hamilton, Buemi, Rosberg and Perez.
A safety car with 36 laps to go prompted most drivers to make their second stops, with the final stops coming in the closing stages of the race.
Jenson Button: “We didn’t put a foot wrong all weekend”
Jenson Button: "...it was one of the best laps I’ve done in a very long time."
Qualifying today started in warm conditions at the Nurburgring, with track temperature of 43 degrees centigrade and ambient temperatures of 25 degrees centigrade.
Sergio Perez: “Our best Friday for a couple of races.”
Jenson Button: “I will drive my heart out tomorrow.”
Sergio Perez: "I think we’re in a similar position to the last race, and still quite far from the front."
The ongoing question of whom will get the Red Bull seat in 2014 if Webber leaves.
Jenson Button enters his home race seeking the 50th podium of his career – and his first at Silverstone – while team-mate Sergio Perez aims to take his second points finish at the racetrack.
Hulkenberg admitted that being passed or beaten by a Force India in 2013 hurts.
Britain’s four F1 drivers look forward to racing in front of “special” home crowd.
Martin Whitmarsh: "There’s still a lot to play for.”
McLaren statement: “A limited dataset ahead of tomorrow’s running”