Abu Dhabi GP: Vettel's twilight triumph

As the sun sets on Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina, spectators get in position to watch the world's best drivers take to the track for practice in Formula 1's only twilight race
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix rivals Monaco and Singapore for glamour, with a spot on a multi-million pound yacht one of the best places to sample the hospitality and watch some racing
The first and third practice sessions take place in the heat of the day, with temperatures hovering around 35C, at the purpose-built circuit which was constructed on a man-made island
Qualifying and the race start in daylight but end under floodlights as darkness falls, providing drivers with challenging conditions to deal with
The event, where money is seemingly no object, inevitably attracts a plethora of VIPs, including musician Jay-Z who performed at a post-practice concert
Muse were also in Abu Dhabi, as part of the event's evening entertainment, and the duo enjoyed the hospitality of Red Bull on race day
Kimi Raikkonen, who has threatened not to drive for Lotus unless he is paid, had a miserable weekend on track with his race lasting just a few corners following a collision
Fernando Alonso was in the wars in Abu Dhabi. The Spaniard was taken to hospital for a precautionary check after bouncing over kerbs at high speed during the race
A spectacular fireworks display was the crescendo to a race which was utterly dominated by newly-crowned world champion Sebastian Vettel
Vettel's handprints are displayed at the Yas Marina Circuit, a venue where he left his mark with victory for the third time in his career
Not for the first time this season, Vettel left his rivals trailing in his wake as he secured his seventh successive victory, 11th of the season and 37th of his career