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Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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Brendon Hartley is still waiting for his first penalty-free F1 weekend. The Kiwi, competing in his fourth race for Toro Rosso (his eighth in eight weekends, incidentally, if you include two World Endurance Championship events and a sports car race), is facing a grid drop of at least 10 places after the team put a new MGU-H unit in his car -- the ninth fitted to that car (which was piloted by Daniil Kvyat before) this season. Here's hoping he has a more reliable car for his first full season in 2018.

Nate Saunders, F1 Associate Editor

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Formula 1

Mercedes celebrates Hamilton's world title success.

Ahead of the final race of the 2017 season in Abu Dhabi, Mercedes celebrated Lewis Hamilton's title success and the team's victory in the constructors' championship.

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The Pit Stop: What would you change about F1?

Gary Anderson joins Jennie Gow to tackle your social media questions in the Pit Stop.

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Brazilian Grand Prix

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Brazilian Grand Prix

Race

The stewards have decided to take no further action over the first corner collision between Kevin Magnussen, Stoffel Vandoorne and Daniel Ricciardo. Stating a reason, the stewards' document said: "At the exit of Turn 2 cars number 3 [Ricciardo], 2 [Vandoorne] and 20 [Magnussen] were almost side by side. Car 20 moved to the left hand side of the track and made contact with car 2 and caused a chain reaction. The stewards concluded that no driver was wholly or predominantly to blame for the incident."

Laurence Edmondson, F1 Editor

Brazilian Grand Prix

Qualifying

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