Abu Dhabi GP (2015)
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Mercedes gave Lewis Hamilton all the strategy freedom he wanted in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, but even that was not enough to beat teammate Nico Rosberg, as Adam Cooper explains
Force India celebrated its best-ever constructors' position in style, its drivers finishing fifth and seventh in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Romain Grosjean ended his career with Lotus with a strong drive to ninth place in Abu Dhabi, having started the last race of 2015 from the back of the grid.
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Sebastian Vettel fights back to fourth.
Valtteri Bottas: "We all know the facts, we need to find big gains with the car during the winter..."
Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr are already looking forward to racing again for the Sauber F1 Team in the 2016 season.
Sahara Force India ended its season with a strong showing and 16 points
Jenson Button: "“That was probably my best race of the year."
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Max Verstappen: "It’s been a great season overall, I’ve really enjoyed my rookie season and I think we delivered some strong performances."
Pastor Maldonado was eliminated from the race on the first lap as a victim of an incident for which Fernando Alonso was penalized.
Lewis Hamilton said he relied on his engineers to give him the best strategy to beat Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, but they left him with a gap that was "way too big" to catch him at the end.
Max Verstappen has been handed a post-race drive-through penalty for ignoring blue flags during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has said Lewis Hamilton and his side of the garage only have themselves to blame for the tyre strategy in the final stint of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
An angry Fernando Alonso has told the FIA to focus on the more important problems Formula 1 is facing after getting a penalty at the start of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg won a third consecutive Grand Prix for the first time in his career in Abu Dhabi – his sixth victory of 2015 – to end his season in style to defeat his World Champion teammate Lewis Hamilton once again.
James Key, Toro Rosso Technical Director: "we can’t be totally satisfied with starting from P10 and P11..."
Fernando Alonso suggested on Saturday that he had talked about many “crazy ideas" – including a sabbatical – with McLaren chief Ron Dennis several months ago, but made clear his intention right now was to race in 2016.