And that's it for 2015! Thank you for your company this season - let's hope for some good work from Ferrari, Red Bull and the rest over the winter to add some excitement for 2016.
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"It's been an amazing year," says Hamilton. "I'm happy. I really have to take my hat off to this team. We've truly shown that Mercedes-Benz is the best team in the world."
Rosberg says that he and Hamilton won't be going for dinner to discuss the race, but they'll catch up later. Awkward.
"Austin was the low point of the season - since then I've come back a lot stronger," says Rosberg. "It's great to end the season like this, go on holiday like this."
The German national anthem. Lewis Hamilton has a right mardy face as he attempts to restore his hair to its usual glory.
Daggers between Hamilton and Rosberg in the room afterwards, covered up with a perfunctory handshake.
Lewis Hamilton finishes second, with the Ferraris of Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel following.
Nico Rosberg wins the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - that's three in a row for him!
Rosberg's complaining about vibrations in his car, but he only has to make it last for another minute and a half.
And Max Verstappen is also going to get investigated for ignoring blue flags. Sigh.
And that's what they've done.
Hamilton is reassured that if the backmarkers holding him up don't get out of the way, Rosberg's engine will be turned down to compensate.
Meanwhile, Fernando Alonso has that end of term feeling and decides he might as well try and clock some decent lap times.
They've given Verstappen a five-second penalty for leaving the track and accruing an advantage.
The stewards are investigating that manoeuvre. Seriously? Great driving, aggressive stuff from both, surely?
Rosberg is being held up by Verstappen, who's seeing the blue flags.
Lovely driving as Button fights Verstappen off and manages to do so without taking chunks out of either car.
Hamilton's lapping quickly, but does he have enough time to close a ten-second gap on Rosberg now?
All very serious over the radio today. No Button or Raikkonen scorn. It's a lack.
Jenson Button is into 12th, having moved past the Saubers. Some good driving there.
2.5 seconds, that stop - pretty good.
And Mercedes are preparing for a pit stop, so Hamilton has obviously been persuaded.
Hamilton asks if he can back off a little bit and look after his tyres. No. No, Lewis, you can't. You're going to have to pit, even if you don't like it.
And immediately afterwards, here comes the instruction: "Box, Sebastian, box."
Sergio Perez in fifth is wondering what Sebastian Vettel's plans are. "He has to stop," his team tell him. That car is poised.
Hamilton wants to know "how long you want me to keep this up". Breezy response about how good the tyres are looking. So pretty much keep going.
Hamilton's got a 17.5-second lead, but hasn't taken his stop yet - he's asking what tyres "the other car" is on. (He's on primes.)
6.6 seconds in the pit for Kimi Raikkonen, a problem with the front right tyre.
Hamilton's trying to push as he assumes the lead, but he's got backmarkers to move through while Rosberg has space.
"Nico. Important. RS only in the pit lane." What does that mean? Martin Brundle thinks it's "race start" procedures and speculates about potential car problems.
Raikkonen is told he's maintaining the same pace as Rosberg, who will be pitting soon.
And time for Bottas to finally serve that penalty he picked up earlier.
Rosberg seems to be suffering a little and Hamilton is capitalising - now just 1.7 seconds behind.
Fastest lap so far - Lewis Hamilton. He's cut into Rosberg's advantage but not yet in a position to make a move.
"Box, Sebastian, box!" comes the order. "I can squeeze one more," comes the reply. One suspects a bit of sarcasm there.
Ricciardo is looking very bright today. Grosjean is the next driver in his sights.
A worried-sounding Verstappen reports flat stops and the need to box as soon as possible, pulling in to the pits straight away.
Max Verstappen eases past Carlos Sainz, while Lewis Hamilton manages to take half a second out of his own team-mate's lead.
Vettel still hasn't stopped, mind, although his tyres do seem to be suffering.
Vettel is told to move aside for his quicker team-mate, which he does, dropping down to fourth.
Meanwhile, Nico Rosberg is coasting out in front, with a seven-second advantage over his team-mate.
Fastest lap for Kimi Raikkonen of all people, almost ten seconds off the lead in fourth place.
Vettel is slopping about all over the place at the moment, and concedes second place to Hamilton again.
Daniel Ricciardo hasn't had as much opportunity as he'd like to try out his overtaking this season, so he's enjoying today - Marcus Ericsson is his latest victim, and his team tell him to continue getting stuck in.
That's going to be a five-second penalty for Bottas's unsafe release. Meanwhile, the Mercedes engineers clock a 2.2-second stop for Hamilton.
Bottas wouldn't have been able to see Button coming in - he did have the green light.
Jenson Button has just smacked into Valtteri Bottas in the pit lane, and a big chunk of the Williams has swirled off into the side of the track. They're both going to have to pit again.
Hulkenberg has dropped down to tenth now after that little duel with Ricciardo further up the field.
Really poor pit stop for Carlos Sainz and Toro Rosso, over six seconds.
Drive-through penalty for Alonso. What a season for Nando.
Nico Hulkenberg is complaining about understeer, and he's struggling to hold off Daniel Ricciardo, who eventually moves past him into fifth.
Looks like Felipe Nasr played a role in that first-corner collision, clipping Alonso and sending him into the back of Maldonado.
Some interesting battles down the field as Felipe Massa competes with Carlos Sainz, and Bottas and Kvyat are pushing at the bottom of the top 10.
Vettel is currently cutting a swathe through the field.
Sorry, no, it was Alonso, not Button - Alonso's just come into the pits.
And it seems extremely fitting that it was Pastor Maldonado in the Lotus - who's had to retire.
It was poor Jenson Button off at the first turn but he's back in the pack as sparks fly all around the place.
Great start for Nico Rosberg, making the post of pole there, but there's a Lotus and a McLaren out at the first turn.
Time for a formation lap, then? Yes, let's.
Time for the national anthem, plus a very colourful fly-past.
Meanwhile, Ron Dennis says that social media is not the way forward, while offering his thoughts on Lewis Hamilton's lifestyle.
Meanwhile, Romain Grosjean starts in 19th after a gearbox change, and Roberto Merhi starts from the pitlane.
In case you didn't know, the Mercedes boys are on the front row - Nico Rosberg in pole, the champion Lewis Hamilton in second.
Good afternoon, all, and welcome to the 2015 F1 finale in Abu Dhabi.