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Abu Dhabi - What to Watch for, and the title permutations
Some people may think that there is only one thing to watch in Sunday's season finale in Abu Dhabi - the world title showdown between Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg - but there are several other storylines well worth savouring. We break down the key themes to look out for at Yas Marina
Perez signs new Force India deal
Sergio Perez signs a new contract with Force India to drive for the Formula One team in 2015 and 2016.
Nico Rosberg Q&A: Lewis has everything to lose
Nico Rosberg knows that despite taking pole position in Abu Dhabi, he will need a major slice of good fortune on Sunday if he is to prevent Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton becoming world champion. Hence, Rosberg's strategy is simple: put as much pressure as possible on his rival - and hope that he cracks
Qualifying analysis - Rosberg keeps the pressure on
Saturday in Abu Dhabi saw title outsider Nico Rosberg do all he could to keep the heat on championship favourite and Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton. Yet again Rosberg put his silver car clearly on pole, while Hamilton very nearly fell into the clutches of the hard-charging Williams. It all added up to the prospect of a tantalising race on Sunday. We take a team-by-team look at Yas Marina's qualifying formbook
F1: Abu Dhabi GP: Post Qualifying press conference
Today's post-qualifying press conference with Nico Rosberg, Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas.
Lewis Hamilton Q&A: I have never been better prepared!
Lewis Hamilton knows how to win a world championship, though he will be hoping his path to a second drivers' crown proves slightly less fraught than the last-lap dramas of Brazil 2008. Hamilton, who admits he prefers chasing to being chased, takes a 17-point lead into Sunday's Abu Dhabi decider, safe in the knowledge that even if Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg wins the race, second will be enough to bring him the title
Hamilton under pressure - Rosberg
Nico Rosberg believes team-mate Lewis Hamilton is the man under pressure heading into their title showdown in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.
Alonso unhappy after Ferrari remarks
Fernando Alonso is unhappy with Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci after being unfavourably compared to Sebastian Vettel.
F1: Red Bulls declared illegal
Stewards in Abu Dhabi have ruled that the Red Bulls did not comply with the regulations and must start from the back of the grid.
F1: Red Bull under investigation
Stewards in Abu Dhabi are investigating Red Bull amidst claims the front wings on its cars were flexing during today's qualifying session.
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