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2015 F1 Drivers Standing after Abu Dhabi GP

2015 F1 Drivers Standing after Abu Dhabi GP

Nico Rosberg continued to dominate the last segment of the F1 season with a comfy victory in Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, his third straight win to go with six poles running.

Hamilton finishes in second, Raikkonen third, Vettel fourth, Perez fifth, Ricciardo sixth, he wasn’t about to get around the Force India man in the end. Hulkenberg crosses the line in seventh, Massa in eighth, Grosjean in ninth and Kvyat in tenth.

2015 F1 Drivers Standing after Abu Dhabi GP

PosDriverNatTeamPoints
1LEWIS HAMILTONMERCEDES381
2NICO ROSBERGMERCEDES322
3SEBASTIAN VETTELFERRARI278
4KIMI RAIKKONENFERRARI150
5VALTTERI BOTTASWILLIAMS136
6FELIPE MASSA WILLIAMS121
7DANIIL KVYATRED BULL95
8DANIEL RICCIARDORED BULL92
9SERGIO PEREZ FORCE INDIA78
10NICO HULKENBERGFORCE INDIA58
11ROMAIN GROSJEANLOTUS51
11MAX VERSTAPPEN TORO ROSSO49
13FELIPE NASRSAUBER27
14PASTOR MALDONADOLOTUS27
15CARLOS SAINZTORO ROSSO18
16JENSON BUTTONMCLAREN16
17FERNANDO ALONSOMCLAREN11
18MARCUS ERICSSONSAUBER9

2015 F1 Constructors Standing after Abu Dhabi GP
PosTeamEnginePoints
1MERCEDESMercedes703
2FERRARIFerrari428
3WILLIAMSMercedes257
4RED BULLRenault187
5FORCE INDIAMercedes136
6LOTUSMercedes78
7TORO ROSSORenault67
8SAUBERFerrari36
9MCLARENHonda27
10MARUSSIAFerrari0

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