Top ten pictures from the 2015 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2015 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend.


The final race of the season meant time for the annual end-of-year ‘class photo’

Take a look at two decades of F1 group photographers here:

Daniel Ricciardo

Daniel Ricciardo used Red Bull’s team photograph as an opportunity for a selfie

Jenson Button and Martin Brundle

While Jenson Button’s picture with his crew was photobombed by ex-McLaren man Martin Brundle

Carlos Sainz Jnr

Carlos Sainz Jnr makes his pre-race preparations with Marco Matassa

Fernando Alonso

It was another trying race for Fernando Alonso following first-lap contact with Felipe Nasr and Pastor Maldonado. However he set the third-fastest lap of the race.

Kimi Raikkonen

Kimi Raikkonen quietly enjoyed one of his best weekend of the year, starting and finishing in third place

Roberto Merhi

Back for the final race, Roberto Merhi had a difficult weekend in the Manor, plagued with braking trouble

Daniil Kvyat

Hampered by yet more energy recovery problems, it was a frustrating race for Daniil Kvyat

Sergio Perez

Force India’s Sergio Perez continued his strong end to the season with fifth place

Jenson Button and Valtteri Bottas

Button kept the recovering Williams of Valtteri Bottas at bay at the end of the race, which his race engineer hailed as “stunning”

Nico Rosberg

Nico Rosberg’s delight at ending the season with three consecutive victories was obvious

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3 comments on “Top ten pictures from the 2015 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix”

  1. F1 this season as always has been spectacular and beautiful with all the stylish and sassy cars and breathtaking aerodromes for tracks. Its the sport, i.e. the racing, that has been taking hits with it becoming more and more artificial, dull and controlled. However I do have some (very less but still) hopes from the next season.

    With the continuing decrease in ‘raw racing’ quotient I wonder till when people will come to see F1 just for seeing the cool cars and the grid girls and the engine noise while reminiscing the old times.

  2. Willem Cecchi (@)
    2nd December 2015, 14:08

    Great photo of Perez. It must have been taken in FP2 as there is not a whiff of a capacity crowd in the background.

    1. Yeah. That one is stunning. So beautiful.

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