This is a Formula 1 Schedule and Scoresheet template for season 2013. New season will commence on 17th March 2013 in Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. There is no major changes in this template, except the schedule. Based on schedule released by FIA, the first 7 races for season 2013 will be the same with last year races. Last year, those 7 races brought out 7 different winners. So, it will be interesting to see how the outcome from those 7 circuits this year. There will be no Michael Schumacher this year, and Lewis Hamilton takes Schumi’s seat to become Nico Rosberg teammates in Mercedes. We will see how far Mercedes will go with this line-up. Redbull, Ferrari, McLaren and Lotus are maintaining the same line-up with last year. So, let’s see how fast and how strong those cars to race for 2013 champion.
If you were using my Formula 1 2012 schedule template, I believe that you won’t have any difficulties on using this 2013 template because I made no major changes. But, if you are new to use this template, you can read quick descriptions of the spreadsheet below :
This is a tracker worksheet where you can
– Monitor the progress of top 10 drivers
– Monitor the progress of top 5 constructors
– Remind you the date for the next race
– See the podium finishers of the last three races
– This is a worksheet where you can see the standing position of all drivers as well as their earning points in each race
– In this is a worksheet, you can see the position of all constructors and their points in each race
All drivers except one driver from Force India have been placed in Drivers table. It should be 22 drivers to complete the table. And there are 11 constructors that have been placed in Constructor’s table after HRT was pulled out from this season participation because of financial issues.
This is an area where you have to update everytime the race is finished. You can click the country name at the left side of race worksheets to type the results and move between races.
To type the results, just select the driver’s name based on their position in the race. The nationality and team’s name will shown automatically. There is a point at the right side which correspond with FIA F1 rule that you can adjust if there is some changes or penalty applied to the drivers. Beside typing all 10 drivers who earn points, you can type a driver who become a pole sitter in pole position cell.
I add information regarding the last five races winner which should help you seeing the facts or make some prediction. And also there is a short circuit information without a picture of circuit layout where you can put your own circuit images. I haven’t had time to find free images, but you might be have time to find it :).
By the time I write this post, that one race, race no 10, is still tagged TBA. Also, Force India hasn’t announced the second driver who will race for them. You can visit this site and re-download it again when the remaining one race and one driver become available. Or, you can update it by yourself since all shown worksheets are not password protected. Also, you can update flags, name, add more circuit information, change color etc. So, if you found any errors in writing or information , you can fix it by yourself, but I would be pleased if you could send me those incorrect information so I can fix it in the later version.
Formula 1 Schedule and Scoresheet 2013 V1.62 - 19 races (335.2 KiB, 3,326 hits)
There are two dummy worksheets with main formula which is password-protected. But, if you are kind enough to send me 5 bucks, I will send you the unlocked one where you can learn the formula which built this spreadsheet :).
Finally, I have finished creating the 2013 Pool version to be used by maximum 25 players. You can download it here. If you want to extend the players or just want to see the excel formula behind this spreadsheet, you can paypal me through the paypal button in “about” page inside this spreadsheet.
F1 Pool Season 2013 V1.85 - 25 Players (693.1 KiB, 947 hits)