F1's three angry teams seemed slightly less angry on Saturday after a meeting with Donald Mackenzie.
After just seven months in the job, Marco Mattiacci is set to lose his role as Ferrari team boss.
Abu Dhabi GP - Qualifying Report
Abu Dhabi GP - Qualifying Results
McLaren's new front wing bears a striking resemblance to the one fitted to the 2014 Red Bull.
Jarno Trulli has admitted he is surprised his old F1 teammate Fernando Alonso did not make his five-year Ferrari marriage work.
The civil war in formula one continues to rage.
Niki Lauda has admitted it is possible Sunday's championship showdown will end with a crash.
Antonio Felix da Costa, a former Red Bull-backed F1 hopeful, says Carlos Sainz jr now deserves his chance in formula one.
Red Bull has proposed a new engine formula for the sport.
Romain Grosjean says he is retaining the backing of the French oil company Total.
Giedo van der Garde was denied access to the Abu Dhabi paddock, the Swiss newspaper Blick reports.
Caterham may have to use a 2014 engine if it is to make it onto next year's F1 grid.
Force India has played down Jolyon Palmer's hopes of moving into formula one next year.
Abu Dhabi GP - Practice 3 Report
Abu Dhabi GP - Practice 3 Results
Abu Dhabi GP - Friday Photos
Abu Dhabi GP - Friday Press Conference
Sebastian Vettel may be joining Ferrari at just the right moment.
Abu Dhabi GP - Practice 2 Report
Abu Dhabi GP - Friday Team Quotes
Abu Dhabi GP - Practice 2 Results
Abu Dhabi GP - Practice 1 Report
Abu Dhabi GP - Practice 1 Results
Fernando Alonso thinks his Ferrari successor Sebastian Vettel will need "luck" in the years that lie ahead of him.
Toto Wolff is sure Mercedes' in-house battle for the biggest prize in motor sport this weekend will not boil over.
Jenson Button says the last two months have taught him how to "live in the moment".
Esteban Gutierrez has admitted becoming a test driver is a possibility for 2015.
Caterham's acting boss Finbarr O'Connell has thanked the world of formula one for helping the team to make its F1 comeback this weekend.
With F1's biggest names swapping teams and the 2014 championship entering its decisive showdown, the furore over the future of the sport enjoyed a brief sojourn on Thursday.
By Luis Vasconcelos
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