Felipe Massa almost stole the show in Abu Dhabi.
Different strategies set up a grandstand finish between Hamilton and Felipe Massa.
Fernando Alonso ends his time with the Prancing Horse down in sixth in the Drivers’ classification and Kimi Raikkonen is twelfth.
Monisha Kaltenborn: "We were not able to score points, which has never happened before in the history of the team."
Pastor Maldonado had to park his car early after flames from the rear of his E22.
Daniil Kvyat: "I think we would have deserved much better results, but very often we have just been unlucky."
The team’s first double podium finish since 2005 secured third in the Constructors’ Championship with Valtteri Bottas fourth and Felipe Massa seventh in the Drivers’ Championship.
Christian Horner: "For Sebastian P8 isn’t reflective of his time within the Team, four world championships, 38 grand prix victories, four Constructors’ World Championships and 44 pole positions."
With double points on offer, the team scored 28 points as Nico Hulkenberg raced to sixth place just ahead of Sergio Perez in seventh.
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..."
The 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship has been decided!
This relationship certainly isn't ending on a positive note.
ERS issues took Nico Rosberg out of contention.
My take on the 'Abu Double' is fairly cut and dry. Get rid of it.
Two-stop strategy most likely: three-stop sprint strategy Is also possible.