Mercedes will not appeal the result of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, which saw their driver Lewis Hamilton overtaken by Max Verstappen on the final lap.
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen went on to win his first world title.
The sport’s governing body, the F-I-A, has said it will hold a ‘detailed analysis’ into the controversial finish to the race and the season.
Hamilton had over a 10 second lead on Verstappen before the safety car came on following a crash and race director Michael Masi was criticised for his application of the protocols.
The FIA has said that the controversy has been ‘tarnishing’ Formula One’s image.
Check out their statement below: