So Ferrari's about to field two world champions for the first time in 60 years. I'm still not quite sure what to make of that - having two top-tier drivers in the same team never really works out, and the pairings of Prost and Senna, Mansell and Piquet or Hamilton and Alonso all proved counter-productive. I can't help but feel that Alonso's chances of getting the title he deserves for Ferrari have been slimmed drastically now that Raikkonen's arrived, but there'll at least be fireworks next year.
Oh wait, sorry - I forgot I'm writing for a video game site. Ah well, at least I get the excuse to indulge myself once a year when it comes to Codemasters' F1 series, and F1 2013's one of the most exciting instalments yet. There's classic cars in there which is the headline addition, but I'm getting the sneaking suspicion that beyond that there isn't much else. Take the multiplayer, which has been fine-tuned and smoothed out but lacks any real significant updates or big new features. Game director Paul Jeal runs through what's new in the video below, and you'll also get to see some exclusive new gameplay as well.