Abu Dhabi GP (2019)
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Ferrari says that it has been checked for its fuel levels at least 10 times this season, in the wake of the discrepancy found in Charles Leclerc’s car at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo reckons it would have been a "punch in the guts" for Renault if it had ended the Formula 1 season losing fifth spot in the constructors' championship.
Mercedes ended the F1 season with a flourish and, though Lewis Hamilton might have longed for more battles in Abu Dhabi, a crushing victory at the end of an open second half of 2019 was a timely reminder of the potency of F1's dominant combination
A data server crash in race control caused the FIA to disable the use of DRS for the first third of the Abu Dhabi GP before the issue was addressed.
Carlos Sainz says his brilliant last lap move on Nico Hulkenberg to snatch a crucial point in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix felt like a world championship winning moment.
Ferrari found itself at the centre of another technical controversy ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix when the FIA found a discrepancy with its fuel declaration.
Ferrari has been fined €50,000 for its inaccurate declaration of the fuel in Charles Leclerc’s Formula 1 car ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
McLaren Formula 1 racer Lando Norris says he was a "s*** driver" in his last-lap defeat against Sergio Perez in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton ended his title-winning Formula 1 season by dominating the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, as Max Verstappen overcame a problem to pass Charles Leclerc and finish second.
Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc intends to "take quite a bit of risk" at the start of the season finale in Abu Dhabi in order to beat Max Verstappen to third place in the standings.
Carlos Sainz has dismissed the "hype" that surrounds intra-team qualifying battles, after losing out to McLaren teammate Lando Norris 11-10 this year.