This relationship certainly isn't ending on a positive note.
ERS issues took Nico Rosberg out of contention.
Ferrari fanatics with deep pockets are going to love this...
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.
Adrian Sutil and Esteban Gutiérrez have to be satisfied with 15th and 17th on start grid.
Ricardo Penteado: "It’s fantastic to see Daniil qualify ahead of both McLarens and Ferraris..."
Eric Boullier: "There’s no reason why both our drivers shouldn’t notch up decent results tomorrow, in fact.”
Vijay Mallya: "We enter the final race of the season with nothing to lose and an outside chance of claiming fifth place – so we will need to give it our all tomorrow."
Both Ricciardo and Vettel will be starting the season finale in a major hole.
Sergio Marchionne is not satisfied with the current team boss.
The tug of war between the rich and the not-so-rich is heating up.
Sebastian Vettel: "I’m sure tomorrow will be an emotional day, it was already quite emotional getting into the car today."
Valtteri Bottas:: "It is important for the team to get third in the championship and we have set ourselves up well to achieve that."
Nico Rosberg: "I need some help to take the title. It will be tough but these things happen a lot in sport."
Lewis Hamilton was nearly four tenths adrift of his teammate.
The 24-year-old Mexican joined the team at the start of 2014...
Mercedes-powered cars lead the top-4 positions.
Giedo Van der Garde didn't get the chance to pilot the Sauber during FP1.
Jarno Trulli is surprised that Fernando Alonso and Ferrari did not flourish together.
Mercedes AMG Petronas continues its domination at Yas Marina.