Gallery: Mercedes rounds off 2015 with Stars & Cars event

Mercedes capped off a successful 2015 season with its glittering Stars & Cars event at Stuttgart. Check out some of the best shots from the evening in our special photo gallery.

Gallery: Mercedes rounds off 2015 with Stars & Cars event

Dani Juncadella celebrates winning the tournament

Dani Juncadella celebrates winning the tournament
1/20

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The Spanish DTM driver beat Pascal Wehrlein in straight sets to win the 2015 event in an all-DTM finale.

Juncadella is handed the winner's trophy

Juncadella is handed the winner's trophy
2/20

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The podium ceremony with winner Juncadella, runner-up Pascal Wehrlein and third-place Lewis Hamilton along with drivers Nico Rosberg, Mick Schumacher, Felix Rosenqvist and Sebastian Asch. They are joined by Dr. Dieter Zetsche and Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber.

The Mercedes family

The Mercedes family
3/20

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Toto Wolff drives a classic Mercedes

Toto Wolff drives a classic Mercedes
4/20

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Fan waves the Mercedes flag

Fan waves the Mercedes flag
5/20

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Legends Hans Hermann and Stirling Moss

Legends Hans Hermann and Stirling Moss
6/20

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Susie Wolff in a classic Mercedes

Susie Wolff in a classic Mercedes
7/20

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The packed stadium all lit up

The packed stadium all lit up
8/20

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Lewis Hamilton with his title-winning Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton with his title-winning Mercedes
9/20

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Pascal Wehrlein and Toto Wolff with the DTM-winning Mercedes

Pascal Wehrlein and Toto Wolff with the DTM-winning Mercedes
10/20

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Bernd Maylander in the F1 safety car

Bernd Maylander in the F1 safety car
11/20

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Nico Rosberg and Mick Schumacher

Nico Rosberg and Mick Schumacher
12/20

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During the first round of the tournament, Rosberg beat ADAC Formula 4 driver Schumacher Jr.

Selfie time for Lewis Hamilton with Niki Lauda and Nico Rosberg

Selfie time for Lewis Hamilton with Niki Lauda and Nico Rosberg
13/20

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Mika Hakkinen drives an A-Class

Mika Hakkinen drives an A-Class
14/20

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Mercedes showcases a concept car

Mercedes showcases a concept car
15/20

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Drivers face the media

Drivers face the media
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F1 champion Hamilton is joined by DTM champion Wehrlein, European F3 champion Rosenqvist and GP3 champion Esteban Ocon along with Mercedes-backed drivers Luca Ludwig and Sebastian Asch.

Mercedes DTM drivers

Mercedes DTM drivers
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Robert Wickens, Dani Juncadella, Paul di Resta, Lucas Auer, Gary Paffett, Christian Vietoris and Maximilian Gotz

Fireworks go off

Fireworks go off
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Dani Juncadella and Pascal Wehrlein in the finale

Dani Juncadella and Pascal Wehrlein in the finale
19/20

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Various Mercedes cars

Various Mercedes cars
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Photo by: Daimler AG

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