FORMULA ONE comes to a close for another season this weekend when the 20 drivers head to Abu Dhabi.
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes have already secured the top awards, but the battle for third between Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc is still very much alive.
At the other end, George Russell will hope for a miracle to get into the top ten and earn his first point of the season – currently sitting as the only driver on zero.
Yet, with the end of the campaign comes some goodbyes, with Robert Kubica and Nico Hulkenburg both losing their seats at Williams and Renault respectively for 2020.
When is F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix?
The final race of the season will take place on Sunday, December 1.
Lights will be at 1.10pm UK time – that is 5.10pm in Abu Dhabi.
It will be held at the 3.45-mile long Yas Marina Circuit in United Arab Emirates.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
The Abu Dhabi GP will be shown live on Sky Sports F1, with coverage underway from 11.30pm.
Sky Sports customers can live stream the action via the app on their computer, tablet and mobile devices.
Alternatively, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £9.99.
What is the race schedule?
All times are UK (GMT)
- Friday, November 29: Practice 1 (9am)
- Friday, November 29: Practice 2 (1pm)
- Saturday, November 30: Practice 3 (10am)
- Saturday, November 30: Qualifying (1pm)
- Sunday, December 1: Race (1.10pm)
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