“I’ve had two really great weekends now in Mexico and Brazil, so I’m heading into the final race on a massive high,” Hamilton said. (AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo)
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Lewis Hamilton will find his number is up in lights in Abu Dhabi, and that can only be a good omen as the triple F1 world champion seeks to end another dominant season on a high this weekend.The return to Yas Marina will also bring back fond memories for the 30-year-old who clinched his second title by winning at the circuit last season and can take his 50th career pole position this weekend.For Mercedes, regardless of who wins, a 12th one-two finish from 19 races would also be the icing on the cake by breaking their own record set last year.With first and second assured in the championship for the second year in a row, and the constructor's title retained, there is also the hope of seeing both Mercedes drivers battling wheel to wheel.
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