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Top 5 of 2014 | F1
Here are our five favourite moments from the past 12 months of Formula 1 featuring the battle in Bahrain, Daniel Ricciardo winning in Canada, and Jules Bianchi scoring Marussia's first ever F1 points.
Korea back on 21-race calendar
Formula 1 could be set for a record 21-race season in 2015 after the Korean GP was unexpectedly provisionally reinstated on the schedule for next year.
Abu Dhabi: Honda engine debuts
The McLaren-Honda made its eagerly awaited public debut on the first day of the Abu Dhabi test, but completed minimal running at the Yas Marina Circuit due to unreliability.
2014 Abu Dhabi test line-ups
The final F1 test of 2014 takes place in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday and Wednesday, with the teams fielding a mix of race drivers and talented youngsters.
Papers: Lewis will be a legend
Fleet Street has hailed Lewis Hamilton as a deserved World Champion and predicted that the Mercedes driver will end his F1 career as the most successful British driver of all time and a legend of the sport.
Lewis to open contract talks
Lewis Hamilton has told Sky Sports News HQ he expects to be at Mercedes for years to come following Sunday's title success.
'Big day' for Williams
Williams left their best till last with drivers Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas both finishing on the podium in Abu Dhabi behind race winner and newly crowned world champion Lewis Hamilton.
Alonso's new deal 'long-term'
Fernando Alonso has revealed he has made a long-term commitment to his new team ahead of his expected move to McLaren-Honda
Wolff: Nico will bounce back
Toto Wolff has predicted Nico Rosberg will bounce back from the disappointment of missing out on the 2014 Drivers’ Championship and challenge again in 2015.
Wait goes on for Button
Jenson Button has congratulated Lewis Hamilton on his second world title after delivering yet another resounding reason for his retention at McLaren with an outstanding performance of his own in the Abu Dhabi GP.
Exclusive Lewis Hamilton Q&A
As the enormity of his title-winning achievements began to sink in, Lewis Hamilton took time out from his celebrations to speak to the Sky Sports F1 team in the Mercedes garage.
Rosberg: Lewis a deserved champ
A gracious and sporting Nico Rosberg has hailed Lewis Hamilton as a “deserved” World Champion after being beaten to the title by his Mercedes team-mate.
Lewis: Greatest day of my life
Lewis Hamilton has described his coronation as the 2014 World Champion as the “greatest day of my life” after wrapping up the title with victory in Abu Dhabi.
Hamilton clinches world title
Lewis Hamilton has joined Formula 1’s illustrious ranks of double World Champions after race victory in the season-deciding Abu Dhabi GP emphatically clinched him the 2014 drivers’ title.
Red Bulls set for pitlane start
Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo will start the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from the pitlane after their exclusions from qualifying.
Mallya slams Red Bull
Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya has launched a scathing attack on Red Bull after both of their cars were thrown out of Abu Dhabi qualifying for technical irregularities.
Nico ups the pressure on Lewis
Nico Rosberg is aiming to pressurise Lewis Hamilton into a title-costing mistake in the Abu Dhabi GP as the German refuses to give up on the World Championship to his Mercedes team-mate.
Mixed emotions for Button
Jenson Button expressed disappointment to qualify only eighth for the Abu Dhabi GP, although his frustration was tempered by the fact his disjointed Friday had proved such a “disaster”.
Rosberg: Small step to title
Nico Rosberg believes he has taken a “small step” towards snatching the World Championship out of Lewis Hamilton’s grasp after claiming pole position for the Abu Double finale after his Mercedes team-mate once again was pressurised into making a series of mistakes during the top-ten shootout.
Rosberg beats Hamilton to pole
Championship outsider Nico Rosberg clinched the pole position he realistically required to have any chance of winning the title in Sunday's Abu Dhabi decider as qualifying mistakes again proved costly for Lewis Hamilton.