- FINAL CLASSIFICATION: ROS, HAM, BOT, KVY, RIC, MAS, HUL, PER, VES, GRO, MAL, ERI, SAI, BUT, RSI, STE
- RETIREMENTS - ALO, VET, RAI, NAS,
- Rosberg wins fourth race of the season
- Vettel crashes on Lap 51
- Kimi retires after collision with Bottas
- Vettel tyre puncture after collision with Ricciardo at Turn 1
- Alonso retires on lap 1
- Rosberg starts on pole for fourth consecutive time
- Raikkonen in 19th - handed a 30-place grid penalty - engine change
Nico Rosberg won his fourth race of the season, leading Hamilton in a dominant one-two for Mercedes - their 10th for the season - they were untouchable on the day. Valtteri Bottas drove a composed race to finish third ahead of Daniil Kvyat, who is improving every race, and has maintained his lead over teammate Daniel Ricciardo in the championship after the Australian finished fifth.
The Ferrari team had a weekend to forget, as they suffered their first DNF since the 2006 Australian Grand Prix. Kimi Raikkonen retired after a coming together with compatriot Bottas - the second time this season, while Sebastian Vettel accepted blame when he crashed on Lap 51,after an incident packed race including a tyre puncture on Lap 1, which put him at the back of the pack, and a spin after he had made his way back up to 12th. Rosberg clearly holds the advantage in their battle for second place in the championship.
Felipe Massa finished sixth ahead of the two Force India's of Nico Hulkenburg and Sergio Perez. The Mexican driver was cheered all the way through the race. Max Verstappen continued to impress as the Dutchman backed his fourth place at the Circuit of the Americas with a ninth place finish in Mexico, while Grosjean took the final point for Lotus, in what will be one of his final races of the Lotus team.
Nico Rosberg wins ahead of Lewis Hamilton, giving Mercedes their 10th one-two finish of the season. Williams' Valtteri Bottas makes it an all Mercedes powered podium.
LAP 71/71 - Rosberg WINS!!!
LAP 71/71 - Perez putting in a gritty drive to hold on to eighth place with over 50 lap old tyres.
LAP 70/71 - Hamilton loses time again, and that should give Rosberg enough of an advantage to take the win. 2 LAPS!!
LAP 69/71 - Maldonado in 11th battling teammate Grosjean for the final point.
LAP 68/71 - Rosberg sets the fastest lap now, as Massa closes is on Ricciardo in fifth place. Bottas looks good for third place.
LAP 67/71 - Hamilton sets the fastest lap of the race and the gap is now down to 1.2 secs. Race could be on, unless team orders come into play.
LAP 65/71 - Bottas is slowly dropping the two Red Bull cars, while Ricciardo has also dropped off from the DRS zone behind Kvyat. Massa could have a chance.
LAP 65/71 - Hamilton, who had closed the gap to under a second, has lost over a second in the previous lap and is now 1.8 secs behind Rosberg.
LAP 64/71 - Maldonado has a close call!! shaves the wall but keeps it off.
LAP 62/71 - Ricciardo is two behind his teammate in the championship and the more experienced Australian will be keen to finish ahead of Kvyat.
LAP 61/71 - Rosberg ahead of Hamilton by 1.3 secs, and the final podium place battle is between Bottas, currently in third with Kvyat and Ricciardo close behind.
LAP 60/71 - Perez not stopping during the pit stop will cost the him. He is now heading a long queue of cars on better tyres.
LAP 59/71 - Rosberg is now 1.5 secs ahead of Hamilton, as both the Mercedes' run wide. But maintain positions.
LAP 58/71 - Bottas makes a great restart and takes third place from Kvyat. Rosberg maintains his lead.
LAP 57/71 - Safety car in this lap.
LAP 56/71 - The Red Bull cars are on the soft compound tyres, while the Mercedes and Williams are on the medium tyres.
LAP 55/71 - Lapped cars are now going past the safety car. A couple of laps more then.
LAP 55/71 - A double DNF for Ferrari. A miserable weekend for the Maranello based team has come to an early end. The first time since the 2006 Australian Grand Prix.
LAP 54/71 - Kvyat, Massa and Ricciardo stop for fresh tyres, while Bottas opts to stay out on 42 lap old tyres, could be costly. Safety car out.
Bottas comes in now, and maintains fourth place.
LAP 52/71 - Hamilton, who was unhappy with the pit stop, is now on the charge, consecutive fastest laps.
VETTEL OUT!! Safety car is out. Hamilton is back in the race. The German is out of his car.
LAP 51/71 - The Williams drivers stopped just before Lap 10, and still running. They will surely have to stop before the end of the race.
Ricciardo is now ahead of Massa, and is now in fifth behind Bottas, who is also on 42 lap old tyres.