The FIA has confirmed that the 2015 F1 season will run to 20 races, with only minor changes from a list leaked at Monza.
- 'Abu Double will settle title'
- Pirelli confirm test schedule
- 19-race calendar for 2014
- Di Resta wants quick decision
- Alonso escapes race penalty
- Horner: Special win for Vettel
- 'Vettel in another category'
- Driver reaction - Abu Dhabi GP
- Massa rues Ferrari 'mistake'
- Vettel dominates in Abu Dhabi
- Alonso unfazed by qualy form
- Webber claims Abu Dhabi pole
- P3: Vettel & Webber on top
- Hamilton: Car 'snapped out'
- Hamilton: 'Red Bull fastest'
Nico Rosberg was very happy with his performance in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and especially pleased that Mercedes have now opened a 11 point lead on Ferrari.
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