Alonso infuriated Vettel, Toro Rosso’s driver-swapping didn’t go to plan and Rosberg’s celebratory doughnuts were rationed. Read the full team radio transcript.
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More front row lock-outs, more one-two finishes and more points: Mercedes raised the bar with a dominant and record-smashing campaign in 2015.
Lewis Hamilton has already won the war, but Nico Rosberg was victorious again in their final battle of 2015.
Sebastian Vettel reckoned he could have done no better after climbing from 15th to fourth behind his team mate – despite being held up by Fernando Alonso.
Lewis Hamilton wanted to find a better strategy in order to take on his team mate in Abu Dhabi – but his team mate was already on the best one availabe.
The 2015 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in pictures.
McLaren allowed Fernando Alonso to turn his engine up to “full deployment” as he made a late bid to claim the fastest lap of the race in Abu Dhabi.
Lewis Hamilton revealed he let his team choose what would be the best strategy for him when he made his final pit stop in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen moved on to eight penalty points at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix leaving him just four shy of a one-race ban.
Fernando Alonso said his penalty in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was an example of why Formula One’s popularity is falling at the moment.
Nico Rosberg rounded out the 2015 Formula 1 season in winning style, securing his third successive victory under the lights at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen moved ahead of Valtteri Bottas in the championship standings at the final race.
Nico Rosberg made it three wins in a row at the season finale, leading home team mate Lewis Hamilton.
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With Nico Rosberg leading another Mercedes front row, are we set for a repeat of the last two races, or can Lewis Hamilton get in the fight for victory?
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2015 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene said it was the team’s fault Sebastian Vettel failed to reach Q2 in today’s qualifying session.
Lewis Hamilton revealed a set-up change on his Mercedes left him at a disadvantage after missing out on pole position in Abu Dhabi.
Sergio Perez said his Force India’s poor tyre degradation will make for a difficult race after equalling the team’s best qualifying result of the year in Abu Dhabi.