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BBC F1 News
- Pascal Wehrlein: Young Mercedes driver joins Sauber for 2017 season
- Gossip: Valtteri Bottas, Nico Hulkenberg, McLaren, Renault
- Valtteri Bottas close to Mercedes switch, says Williams deputy principal
- Gossip: United States, Ricciardo, Moss, Verstappen, Stroll, Vandoorne, Hulkenberg
- Sir Stirling Moss: Motor racing legend 'stable' in hospital with chest infection
F1 2014 Season Ends and Lewis Hamilton is World Champion
The season finale in Abu Dhabi today marks the end of the 2014 Formula 1 season.
@LewisHamilton claiming his second championship of his career after Nico Rosberg's ailing car making it a decise blow for German to make it his own.
It was a great battle between the German & British drivers both from the same team 'Mercedes AMG F1' sailing away from the rest of the F1 teams with title deciders been marked in Abu Dhabi with 17 points gap between the two.
We congratulate Lewis on his 2nd Championship and hope to see more of the same next year.
The BBC coverage as always was great albeit a little bias towards Hamilton if we take the neutral view, but Nico did well in the situation of been the looser of this championship in good grace and congratulating his title rival before the podium celebration.
What to expect next year?
Vettel at Ferrari and rumours team principal 'Marco Mattiacci' been shown the door.
Jenson Button uncertain future, we all hope the Britain remains in Formula 1, we all know what a great champ and human being he is. His Honda days of terrible car & results and how he faced the media back then showed what a true character he was and still is. JB we dont hope, we aim to see you next season.
Alonso to McLaren to replace either JB or Kevin Magnussen.. who knows but McLAren defenitlely shooting them selves by keeping the driver line up still uncertain now that season is over.
The remaining teams, well we have lost Marussia & Caterham for 2015 for sure, unless Mr Ecclestone & the teams salvage their future for next season.
Our thoughts are also with Jules Bianchi - #ForzaJules & Michael Schumacher - #KeepFightingMichael
We hope one day a recovery for them arrives and they can live a normal as possible life.
The F1 merry go round is now over and the show will start again on the 15th March in Melbourne, Aus at the Australian Grand Prix.
Over and out!