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Monisha Kaltenborn: "We were not able to score points, which has never happened before in the history of the team."
Eric Boullier: "On Tuesday and Wednesday, here in Abu Dhabi, we’ll be testing our hybrid McLaren-Honda MP4-29H/1X1 for the first time..."
ERS issues took Nico Rosberg out of contention.
Adrian Sutil and Esteban Gutiérrez have to be satisfied with 15th and 17th on start grid.
Mercedes-powered cars lead the top-4 positions.
Giedo Van der Garde didn't get the chance to pilot the Sauber during FP1.
Mercedes AMG Petronas continues its domination at Yas Marina.
Mercedes topped the charts in FP2 at Yas Marina.
Championship leader finishes first ahead of title rival Rosberg in opening practice at Yas Marina Circuit
Monisha Kaltenborn: "Today’s result is very disappointing."