[150] They returned in time for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, entering Kamui Kobayashi alongside debutant Will Stevens. Massa took his first podium since the 2013 Spanish Grand Prix in Italy, ahead of Bottas. Bottas secured back-to-back podium finishes by scoring second place in Britain and soon after claimed his third consecutive podium finish after finishing in second place in Germany, while Massa retired on the opening lap in both Britain and Germany. Three European venues each hosted a two-day test in the week following the Grand Prix held at the circuit with one test being held in the week after the final round in. Sauber suffered a string of retirements for both drivers while struggling with a car that was too heavy. The FIA introduced the "Pole Trophy", a non-championship award presented to the driver who qualified on pole for the most races. Massa took fifth place in Singapore, while Bottas finished outside the points due to a loss of grip in the late stages. Alonso took sixth place in Russia, while Räikkönen came home in ninth. Hamilton was forced out of the race and while Rosberg was able to continue, his performance deteriorated and he ultimately finished second. Teams were no longer allowed to change their gear ratios from race to race to suit the individual demands of a circuit. It featured the 65th Formula One World Championship, a motor racing championship for Formula One cars, recognised by the sport's governing body, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), as the highest class of competition for open-wheel racing cars. Ricciardo took advantage of the Mercedes team's difficulties in Canada to claim his maiden Grand Prix victory—and Renault's first with a turbocharged engine since the 1986 Detroit Grand Prix—while Vettel finished third. Button finished fourth in Canada after a string of late-race retirements helped him move up the order. Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile, Propulsion Universelle et Récuperation d'Énergie, University of Texas American football team, List of Formula One World Championship points scoring systems, "Formula One driver Jules Bianchi in critical condition after horror Japanese Grand Prix crash", "Jules Bianchi dies at age 25, his family confirms", "Formula One: French driver Jules Bianchi dies aged 25, nine months after Japan crash", "So, CT05 (yes, it is CT05, not CT04) is up and running...", "Caterham to retain Renault engines in 2014", "Caterham signs Kobayashi, Ericsson for 2014 Formula 1 season", "Will Stevens to make F1 race debut in Abu Dhabi", "Kobayashi returns as Merhi get Caterham practice debut", "Lotterer confirmed in Kobayashi's seat at Spa", "American Alexander Rossi to get F1 outings in Canada, USA", "2014 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix – Free Practice 1 Results", "Presentation of the new Ferrari power unit", "Official: Räikkönen seals Ferrari return", "Fernando Alonso signs new Ferrari contract", "Force India: la sorpresa è un gradino sulla scocca? F1 2014 features all the cars, drivers and circuits from the 2014 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, including new tracks in Russia and Austria, the return of the Hockenheimring in Germany and the 2014 FORMULA 1 GULF AIR BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX which ran at night for the first time in 2014. Should two or more drivers achieve equal results an equal number of times, the standings were settled in favour of the driver who was the first to achieve their best result. Bianchi managed to score the team's best ever qualifying result with twelfth in Britain. The following teams and drivers took part in the 2014 season. He died on 17 July 2015 after spending nine months in a coma following the accident.[1][2][3]. For the video game based on the 2014 Formula One season, see, World Constructors' Championship standings, The first two Free Practice sessions of the. Add mod and help us achieve our mission of showcasing the best content from all developers. It was the first time since 1993 that Ferrari failed to win a race in a season. Rosberg also won the inaugural FIA Pole Trophy having amassed a total of 11 pole positions over the course of the season. Button finished eighth in Germany, ahead of Magnussen, who was involved in a first-lap altercation with Massa. Alonso took fourth place in Singapore, while Räikkönen took eighth. Pérez originally finished eighth in Italy, but was promoted to seventh after Magnussen's penalty, while Hülkenberg was outside the points. Force India were classified sixth overall. Hamilton finished third in Hungary after starting from pit lane, ahead of Rosberg. Your Xbox 360 console will automatically download the content next time you turn it on and connect to Xbox Live.