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Ahead of the season finale in Abu Dhabi an assessment of how the 10 teams on the grid have performed
For the 10 teams in Formula One the gruelling season is almost.
A campaign that began eight months ago in Australia comes to a close on Sunday with the tenth staging of the Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Mercedes-GP, for the fifth successive year, have taken the silverware as they won the constructors' championship to go alongside the drivers' title claimed by their driver Lewis Hamilton.
But how did the rest of the field fare? In a year when Ferrari and Red Bull Racing were the only other teams to win a race other then Mercedes, top finishes were hard for the rest to come by.
But, there were still some impressive displays by some, while others underachieved.
Check out where The National has the teams placed in our attached picture gallery, with a countdown from 10 down to No 1.
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