Who was your driver of the 2015 Abu Dhabi Formula 1 Grand Prix? This takes into account the whole weekend and not just the race. Please use the comments section to tell us why you v0ted the way you did.

13 responses to “Driver of the Weekend: 2015 FORMULA 1 ETIHAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX

  1. It was between Perez and Rosberg for me, Rosberg getting the nod due to the win and Perez seemed to drift off a bit towards the end (I was drifting in and out however so I might have missed something, the joys of living in Australia and getting to watch it in the middle of the night!)

    Whats with all the votes for Kimi? guy does his job for the first time this year………..

  2. Rosberg for me as I predicted he would get the pole and win.
    Grojean did the team proud on his last race. Wish him well with the new team. Hope he gets a Ferrari drive in a few years

  3. Nico Rosberg gets my vote.

    Seems to understand the value of pole position, once again. Delivered a very strong qualifying to overcome a Q3 surge from Lewis. Six in a row is notable.

    Executed a strong start, again. Drove an impressive opening phase to get out of DRS, pulling a 6 sec gap.

    Controlled the race from there on, forced/allowed Lewis to get creative (as Toto allowed for a deviation from Merc’s one-strat policy post-Brazil furore) – but to no avail. Point proven, I suppose.

    I’d agree with Coulthard in that it was Rosberg’s most impressive weekend. ’16 will be interesting with a Toto-backed Nico, now high with confidence and on-form once again. This last phase of ’15 has secured his joint-no1 status; a status Vettel will be happy about, I’m sure.
    Perez honourable mention. Vettel slightly less honourable mention for race day, but terrible qualifying.

    • It’s pretty easy to figure out. The lowest vote total right now is .13%. It goes into 100 about 740 to 800 times.

  4. Has to be Rosberg. Think someone said its been his strongest weekend and have to agree he controlled things really well. Doesnt feel like a true dominance of Lewis at all who is out of sorts for whatever reason.

    The last few races have been tough to watch though, excitement threatened in the second stint with Lewis closing up but poor strategy soon put paid to that. Shame we didnt get to see it, that midfield battle wont watch itself.

    Happiest man for next year has to be Seb, hoping the Ferrari make a good stride forward and can split the mercs more often, Kimi may even join in aswell. And not to forget the Red Bulls with their “new engine”.

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