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41. Abu Dhabi (The definitely not breaking up show)

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Well we did it. We know who won, the high is wearing off but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fun talking about the race, and contest that never was and touch on the Formula E, a Fame and Fortune SuperQuiz and some of the best audio predictions you will ever (yeah, EVER) hear! 206 more words

OPINION: It is time for Formula One to go in a new direction

THIS evening is the end of the 2014 Formula One season, with a final race on the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi.

The race is the culmination of what has been an interesting year both on and off the Formula One circuit. 828 more words

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It's not that bad: the double points dilemma

The season finale is almost among us in Abu Dhabi and the gap between championship rivals Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg is small enough for either to be crowned Champion. 384 more words

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How the 2014 F1 championship can be won or not with double points in Abu Dhabi

At this weekend’s season finale in Abu Dhabi, the much-contested double points rule means anyone finishing in the top ten will get twice as many points as usual. 361 more words

Bernie Ecclestone doubts whether the double points rule will feature in the future of Formula 1

Formula 1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone has come out and expressed his opinion that he does not see the double points rule for the final race of the F1 calendar continuing on next year. 337 more words

Topical Pieces

Double points could affect more than the F1 title race

While double points potentially affecting the Formula One driver’s championship will be the big talking point heading into the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, there’s still plenty more the double points could also affect. 594 more words

Nico Rosberg withstands pressure to win Brazilian Grand Prix for first time

Nico Rosberg has kept his championship hopes alive by winning the Brazilian Grand Prix. While it was mathematically impossible for Lewis Hamilton to win the title, Rosberg winning meant that he goes to Abu Dhabi with a 17 point deficit. 567 more words

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