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At a glance: This is how Rosberg becomes World Champion

Nico Rosberg travels to Abu Dhabi as Formula One top rider for the season finale. The Mercedes-Pilot can crown himself World Champion on Sunday (14:00 clock MEZ). Rosberg scores 367.

The lead on his Hamilton stables (355) is at twelve meters.

Rosbergwill be the world champion in Abu Dhabi,

– if he wins the race. Rosberg would get 25-points if he had 392-count. Hamilton could score as a maximum second 18 points and come to 373.

– when he becomes second. Rosberg would get 18-points if he had 385-pointers. Hamilton could score 25 points as a winner, but would only score 380.

– if he became a third. Rosberg would get fifteen points if he had 382 meters. Hamilton could score 25 points as a winner, but would only get to 380.

if he became fourth, but Hamilton would only take second place. In this case, Rosberg would get twelve points if he had 379 meters. Hamilton could score eighteen points as a second, but would only get to 373.

– if he becomes fifth, but Hamilton gets to position two at the most. In this case, Rosberg would get ten points if he had 377 meters. Hamilton could score eighteen points as a second, but would only get to 373.

– if he became sixth, but Hamilton did not cut better than second. In this case, Rosberg would get eight points if he had 375 meters. Hamilton could score eighteen points as a second, but would only get to 373.

– if he became seventh, but Hamilton would get to position three at the most. In this case, Rosberg would get six points if he had 373 meters. Hamilton could score fifteen points as a third, he would go on 370. If Hamilton were to become second in a seventh place of Rosberg, the British World Champion would be the second. They both had 373 points, and they were also nine points for the racers. The number of second places would also be identical to 4:4. Hamilton would win the title due to the third places (4:2).

– if he goes back, but at the same time Hamilton gets the third place at the most. In this case, Rosberg would get four points if he had 371 meters. Hamilton could score fifteen points as a third, but would only get to 370.

– if he became ninth, but Hamilton at the same time drives to position four at the most. In this case, Rosberg would get two points if he had 369-meters. Hamilton would score as the fourth twelve points, but would only make it to 367.

– if he became a tenth, but at the same time Hamilton drives to position four at the most. In this case, Rosberg would get one point if he had 368-meter. Hamilton would score as the fourth 12-point, but would only get on 367.

– if he does not score, but at the same time Hamilton drives to position four at the most. In this case, Rosberg would remain at 367 counters. Hamilton would score as the fourth twelve points, would also be on 367. With the racers they would be at nine each. But the number of second places would speak in favour of Rosberg (4:3).