That was an interesting finale to the Grand Prix season. I can see why Lewis Hamilton decided to go for the arsehole tactic of going very slowly* and backing Rosberg into their rivals, rather than take the high road of speeding off into the sunset and hoping for the best. Trouble is, it didn't work, so net gain for him is that he looks like an arsehole and still lost. My heart bleeds for him.
I was picking up vibes from both his podium interview and from the Mercedes team that his decision to ignore their directives in the race might be the end of his time with them. I think if he'd lost them the race (regardless of winning the championship or not) it definitely would have been.
*to the point that he called in complaining that the car was sliding a lot and was told straight up it was because he was going too slowly.
Oh, regarding the SEA grand prixes. I wouldn't be upset to see Singapore or Malaysia off the calendar. Malaysia's not too bad, but at 21 races already this year, there are too many (though Germany's off next year due to financial issues as well, apparently). The only thing Singapore really has going for it is that it's visually interesting, and impressive, as a night race. Take that away and it's a pretty dull street circuit with not a lot of over-taking and that was true even before they removed the only difficult chicane on the track.