Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has described becoming World Champion again as a "humbling" experience and "sweeter" than last time.
Hamilton, 29, won his second title in Abu Dhabi after finishing third to see off his nearest challenger, Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
He also admitted he thought the new double points system might have seen him miss out on the title.
At a press conference this morning he thanked all the staff back at the factory in Brackley in Northamptonshire.
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Lewis Hamilton has tweeted his thanks for the support of his fans after he joined an elite club of Formula One world champions in securing his second drivers' championship title with a win at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
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Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team have joined a flurry of Twitter tributes after the British driver won his second world Formula 1 world title.
Big names from around the sporting world also paid tribute to Hamilton on Twitter, including tennis star Andy Murray, former England striker Ian Wright and golf legend Greg Norman.
Congrats to Lewis Hamilton on winning another world title, well deserved
Congratulations @lewishamilton " Walk like a champion talk like a champion " ???????. first double world champion since Sir Jackie Stewart.
Sebastian Vettel has insisted a poor 2014 season has not prompted him to leave Milton Keynes-based Red Bull.
The 27-year-old has won the last four drivers' championships whilst with Red Bull.
The current season has proved more challenging for Vettel, who is currently fifth in the drivers' standings going into this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix - 117 points adrift of leader Lewis Hamilton.
A second-placed finish in Singapore in the last grand prix is Vettel's best result of the year to date - he has only stood on the podium on two other occasions.
But, having previously won 38 races with Red Bull, Vettel has said his decision to leave is not down to a drop in performance.
"This is not a decision against Red Bull, it is for something else. Red Bull did nothing wrong, we part as friends and it has nothing to do with the results even though they are not what we expected. I am loyal and I did not breach any contract. I am not running away from anything but there are times in life when you need something new and if there is an opportunity you have to grab it."
Ferrari is almost certainly Vettel's destination as he looks set to replace two-time champion Fernando Alonso.
Motor Racing and Sebastian Vettel, who drives for Milton Keynes based Red Bull has just been named Sportsman of the Year in the Laureus world sports awards. At 26 years old Vettel is the youngest ever four times world champion. last year he won 13 grand prix including nine in a row.
Thousands of motorsport fans will be heading to Snetterton in August when the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship visits the Norfolk circuit.
The weekend also features action from the Porsche Carrera Cup GB, Ginetta Juniors and Formula Ford.
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Three top Dunlop British Touring Car Championship drivers have been getting to grips with slow moving vehicles on a farm near Snetterton in Norfolk.
Rob Austin, Lea Wood and Ollie Jackson put their driving skills to the test on a farm at Gipping ahead of their racing this weekend (11/12 August).