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F1: Abu Dhabi
The sun sets on the 2015 F1 season

F1: Abu Dhabi
The final F1 podium for 2015 (L to R) Hamilton, Rosberg and Raikkonen

F1: Abu Dhabi
Jenson Button gets a big lockup

F1: Abu Dhabi
Nico Rosberg closed out 2015 with three consecutive wins

F1: Abu Dhabi
The drive of the race came from a hot and tired Sebastian Vettel who came from the back to finish 4th

F1: Abu Dhabi
Lewis Hamilton races under the lights to 2nd place

F1: Abu Dhabi
A 3rd place podium finish for Kimi Raikkonen

GP2: Abu Dhabi
Stoffel Vandoorne celebrates his record 11th GP2 win in a season

GP2: Abu Dhabi
Stoffel Vandoorne celebrates win on Saturday
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Abu Dhabi GP: Sunday Press Conference
  F1 season finale
1 - Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)
2 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
3 - Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
Abu Dhabi GP: Rosberg dominates Hamilton
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
Nico Rosberg won his third F1 race in a row by dominating the Abu Dhabi GP over his Mercedes teammate by 8.2 sec. Starting from pole for the 6th straight race, Nico Rosberg dominated the race from the start, controlling the pace at the front. Kimi Raikkonen was third for Ferrari as the top 3 drivers finished just the way they started in true F1 parade style. The best drive of the race was by Sebastian Vettel who came from the back to finish 4th. Sergio Perez rounded out the top-5 for Force India.
What Jack Hawksworth Means for Open Wheel Racing
  by Stephen Cox
Jack Hawksworth is a nice kid and a good Indycar driver. Some will take this column as a knock on Hawksworth, which is a complete misunderstanding of every word. It is no such thing. Ultimately, this is really not about Hawksworth at all. But his meteoric rise through the ranks exposes Indycar's gravest weakness and tells us a great deal about the inner workings of the series. In the miraculous span of just 36 months, Hawksworth rose from another teenage kid in go karts to the highest level of open wheel racing in North America. This is a kid who had driven a grand total of thirty-eight races in full sized automobiles in his life prior to his Indycar debut.
Abu Dhabi GP: Saturday Press Conference
  Pole to Nico Rosberg
1 - Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)
2 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
3 - Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
Rosberg beats Hamilton for 6th straight time
  Pole qualifying for Abu Dhabi GP
Nico Rosberg easily beat his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton to win his 6th straight pole position in qualifying for the Abu Dhabi GP - the final F1 race of 2015. Kimi Raikkonen was 3rd for Ferrari another 4/10ths behind Hamilton. Rosberg's margin was 0.377s over Hamilton, and a whopping 0.814s over third-placed Raikkonen.
Abu Dhabi GP: Friday Press Conference
  From Yas Marina
Cyril ABITEBOUL (Renault)
Maurizio ARRIVABENE (Ferrari)
Federico GASTALDI (Lotus)
Christian HORNER (Red Bull Racing)
Claire WILLIAMS (Williams)
Toto WOLFF (Mercedes)
Abu Dhabi GP: Thursday Press Conference
  Final F1 race of 2015
Fernando ALONSO (McLaren)
Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
Romain GROSJEAN (Lotus)
Daniil KVYAT (Red Bull Racing)
Roberto MERHI (Manor)
Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
We drive the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata
  by Ali Arsham
There are many cars these days that claim to be driver focused but many of them don’t even come with a manual transmission so they can’t be taken seriously.  Yes, Ferraris and Lamborghinis don’t come with a manual transmission these days and that’s a shame because the joy of a sports car is to feel the machine and be in charge instead of having computers do all the work for you.  Fortunately, the folks at Mazda still feel that way and the new 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata is as pure as you can get in a mass produced sports car.
Kyle Busch Post-Race Press Conference
  From Homestead-Miami Speedway
An interview with:
Kyle Busch
Adam Stevens (crew chief)
Joe Gibbs (team owner)
Kyle Busch Wins First Career Sprint Cup Title
  by Pete McCole

Nine months ago, Kyle Busch was sitting in a hospital bed wondering if his season was over before it began. Sunday night, he was back sitting in Victory Lane as the 2015 Sprint Cup Champion. Busch capped a remarkable comeback to what had nearly been a lost season, winning the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in the final race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup to win his first career Sprint Cup Championship.

Jeff Gordon's Retirement Marks End Of An Era
  by Pete McCole
When Jeff Gordon straps himself into his famous no. 24 Chevrolet for Sunday's Sprint Cup Series season-finale, he'll do so for the last time. Gordon’s imminent retirement at the end of the season doesn't just bring an end to his illustrious career, it also brings an end to era that some call one of the defining era’s in NASCAR's history.
Drivers Faced Tough Road To Championship 4
  by Pete McCole
Every NASCAR champion has a story about their amazing run to the title, but the four drivers taking center stage this weekend as the final four in the Chase for the Sprint Cup each had a unique journey that brought them all here. Sunday's race will be unique in that the driver who wins the championship doesn't necessarily have to win the race, he just has to beat three other drivers and each one of them would love to add hoisting the championship trophy as the final chapter of their journey.
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