Mercedes' British driver Lewis Hamilton (L) and Ferrari's German driver Sebastian Vettel celebrate on the podium at the end of the Abu Dhabi Formula One Grand Prix at the Yas Marina circuit on November 26, 2017. AFP / Andrej ISAKOVIC
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