Sebastian Vettel added another victory to his 2013 tally with a dominant victory in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
The Red Bull man jumped team-mate Mark Webber on the run to turn one and was never troubled from that point onwards as he made it seven wins in a row since the summer break.
Team-mate Webber recovered from a poor start to take second place but was more than 30 seconds behind the four-time champion, with Nico Rosberg rounding out the podium positions for Mercedes as he achieved his pre-race aim of being 'best of the rest'.
Romain Grosjean was fourth for Lotus ahead of Fernando Alonso, who looked like trying to complete the race on a one-stop strategy before a late stop for soft tyres left him as the fastest man on track in the closing stages.
That allowed the Spaniard to make up places late on to finish ahead of the one-stopping Force India of Paul di Resta, with Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes and the second Ferrari of Felipe Massa rounding out the top eight.
Sergio Perez and Adrian Sutuil rounded out the scorers.
Kimi Raikkonen was the only retirement of the race, failing to make it past turn two after clashing with a Caterham as the field went through the first turn.
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