With victory in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, Lewis Hamilton became the first British driver to win multiple world titles since Jackie Stewart in 1969, 1971 and 1973. Hamilton is the 16th multiple champion in Formula One history and the first Mercedes drivers’ champion since Juan Manuel Fangio
Mercedes chairman Niki Lauda believes the battle between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will not be as bitter in 2015 as it was this year
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton produced a faultless performance in Abu Dhabi on Sunday evening to claim his 11th win of the season and with it his second world drivers’ crown. Hamilton’s team mate and title rival Nico Rosberg, who fell behind at the start, experienced mechanical problems and faded to 14th at the finish, allowing Williams’ Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas to claim second and third respectively
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Lewis Hamilton vs Nico Rosberg… the key moments from the title race as the Brit clinches clinches F1 title in Abu Dhabi
On a day when his title rival needed everything to right for him, it was Lewis Hamilton who enjoyed a perfect run to race and championship success in Abu Dhabi. As Nico Rosberg finished a lap down, 14th, in his ERS hobbled Mercedes, Hamilton converted a perfect start into three measured stints to deliver an 11th race […]
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Lewis Hamilton is losing the psychological battle as title race with team-mate Nico Rosberg heats up in Abu Dhabi
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
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Lewis Hamilton shrugs off Nico Rosberg mind games after Mercedes title rival clinches pole ahead of Abu Dhabi decider
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
• Briton beaten to pole in Abu Dhabi by Mercedes team-mate • German says rival ‘doing several mistakes’ and has all to lose• ‘I don’t pay much attention to …
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.
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
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Nico Rosberg: I’m paying for Valtteri Bottas to have an all-inclusive spa session so he can do the impossible and beat Lewis Hamilton
2014 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Qualifying NICO ROSBERG CLAIMS POLE FOR CHAMPIONSHIP DECIDERON P ZERO RED SUPERSOFT TYRES TWO-STOP STRATEGY MOST LIKELY: THREE-STOP SPRINT STRATEGY IS ALSO POSSIBLE TRACK TEMPERATURES IN EXCESS OF 30 DEGREES, EVEN IN THE EVENING Abu Dhabi, November 22, 2014 – Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg has claimed pole position for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from his team mate Lewis Hamilton, using the P Zero Red supersoft tyre, which is just over a second faster than the P Zero Yellow soft tyre that has also been nominated for the final race of the season. Statistically, in five races held so far at Abu Dhabi, the pole position sitter has only gone on to win the grand prix once (Sebastian Vettel in 2010) while second place on the grid has won three times.
Record-Equalling Pole for Mercedes-Benz Power in Abu Dhabi!