Summary and highlights of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Race in Formula 1
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9:44 AM2 months ago

Thank you all.

Thank you all for joining us in this intense race with an exciting finish, it has been a pleasure to be with you all. See you all again!
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Last lap

Sergio Pérez will have to settle for third place in the end;
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Lap 57

With two laps to go, Sergio Pérez will have a chance to finish second;
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Lap 55

Carlos Sainz is going to overtake Hamilton, who will have to abandon the race.
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Lap 52

6 laps to go for now Mexican Pérez is 6.2
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Lap 49

Stroll overtakes Vettel, who bids farewell to Formula 1 today
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Lap 46

Checo Pé rez overtakes and moves up to third, now nine seconds behind Leclerc
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Here is the accident between Mick Schumacher and Latifi


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Lap 42

Mick Schumacher receives five-second penalty after accident with Latifi
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Lap 40

Stop by Carlos Sainz and Russell, who fulfills the penalty with the stop;
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Lap 39

Accident of Latifi and Mick Schumacher 
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Lap 37

Sergio Pérez is warned that Ferrari is considering the option of not stopping;
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Lap 34

For Sergio Pérez ahead of Norris in sixth position, while Leclerc stays on track and begins to squeeze 
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Sixth retirement for Fernando Alonso

The Spanish driver retires for the sixth time in the season, here is the moment of his retirement
Photo: DAZN
Photo: DAZN
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Lap 31

Charles Leclerc is closing in on Sergio Pérez, now 2.3 seconds behind;
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Lap 28

Fernando Alonso retires in his last race with Alpine, next season he will be an Aston Martin driver;
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This was the reason for Rusell's sanction.


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Lap 25

Fernando Alonso overtakes Tsunoda and now has his future teammate Lance Stroll ahead of him.
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Lap 22

Sainz close behind Leclerc after the Monaco driver's pit stop
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Lap 21

Russell's five-second penalty for his incident at bosex 
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Lap 20

For Fernando Alonso who starts 14thº losing several positions 
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Lap 17

Sergio Pérez overtakes Vettel and moves into fifth position
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Lap 16

Mexican Sergio Pérez enters to protect himself from Leclerc, the Mexican starts in sixth position ahead of Fernando Alonso.
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Lap 15

Ocon and Tsunoda enter bosex
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This was the overtaking of Carlos Sainz


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Lap 9

Now it's George Russell overtaking Lewis Hamilton
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Lap 8

Carlos Sainz takes it back and overtakes Lewis Hamilton and is now three seconds behind Charles Leclerc.
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Lap 5

Lewis Hamilton overtakes Carlos Sainz, Rusell overtakes Norris
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This is how the race began


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Lap 3

Carlos Sainz overtook Hamilton and the British driver went through the apex and won the position, although the FIA has decided to give the position back to the Spanish driver;
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Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez are still leading, while Leclerc attacks Sergio Pérez, but for now the Ferrari driver can not overtake.
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Warm-up lap

Start of the formation lap, where the first 15 drivers start with medium tire.
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Starting Grid

Finally Ricciardo will be penalized by three positions with respect to qualifying;
Photo: Formula 1
Photo: Formula 1
7:52 AM2 months ago

This will be the composition of pilots in 2023

All the seats for the 2023 Formula 1 are already in place, just waiting to find out who will join Albon at Williams.
Photo: Formula 1
Photo: Formula 1
7:47 AM2 months ago

Max Verstappen backs down and will help Sergio Perez

The Mexican driver is playing to be second in the World Championship and his rival will be Charles Leclerc, both drivers are in the absence of a race with 290 points and everything will be decided in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. After Max Veratappen did not let Sergio Pé rez pass in Brazil seems to have recalculated and these were his statements after the end of qualifying


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Lewis Hamilton in his worst year

The British driver is not having a good year and this is the first season in which Lewis Hamilton does not achieve at least one pole position and could end up with zero victories if he avoids it in this race, remember that in 2021 he won 8 Grand Prix. In addition, Hamilton will race today his 200th Grand Prix as a Mercedes driver.
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Farewell day

Today it will be the turn of Sebastian Vettel to say goodbye to Formula 1, who retires after four world championships. Also the farewells will be momentary as they do not have a car for next year, these will be Latifi, Mick Schumacher and Ricciardo. This was the tribute received by the German driver on his last day as a Formula 1 driver.


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1 hour

In 1 hour the last race of the year in Formula 1 will start with the Grand Prix of the United Arab Emirates, both the preview and the minute by minute of the race can be followed here on VAVEL.
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Stay tuned for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

In a few moments, we will share with you the live preview of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, as well as the latest information from the Yas Marina Circuit. Stay tuned for the match with VAVEL's minute-by-minute live online coverage.
7:22 AM2 months ago

How to watch the Formula 1 race at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix?

If you want to watch the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix live on TV, your option is ESPN.

However,  a good option is to follow it through VAVEL. com.

7:17 AM2 months ago

What time is the Formula 1 race at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix?

This is the starting time for the race in several countries:

Argentina: 8:00 AM

Bolivia: 8:00 AM

Brazil: 9:00 AM

Chile: 8:00 AM

Colombia: 7:00 AM

Ecuador: 7:00 AM

USA (ET): 8:00 AM

Spain: 14:00 PM

Mexico: 7:00 AM

Paraguay: 8:00 AM

Peru: 8:00 AM

Uruguay: 8:00 AM

Venezuela: 8:00 AM

England: 13: 00 AM

Australia : 22:00 AM

India: 17:30 AM

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20th pole position for Max Verstappen

The two-time Formula 1 world champion will start for the seventh time this season from the pole position and ahead of his teammate, Sergio Pérez 


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Qualifying at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

1. Max Verstappen (1'23.824)

2. Sergio Pérez

3. Charles Leclerc 

4. Carlos Sainz

5. Lewis Hamilton

6. George Russell

7. Lando Norris

8. Esteban Ocon

9. Sebastian Vettel

10. Daniel Ricciardo 

11. Fernando Alonso

12. Yuki Tsunoda

13. Mick Schumacher

14. Lance Stroll

15. Guanyu Zhou

16. Kevin Magnussen

17. Pierre Gasly

18. Valtteri Bottas

19. Alexander Albon

20. Nicholas Latifi

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Checó Perez goes for second place without Max Verstappen's help

Troubled waters at Red Bull after the driver from the Netherlands did not let him pass on the last lap in Brazil to help him take second place. The Mexican driver made this curious statement after the end of the race: "If he has two world championships, it's thanks to me". Red Bull then wanted to ease tensions with a statement: "Unfortunately, Max was only informed in the final corner of the request to give up his place without all the necessary information being passed on. This put Max, who has always been an open and fair team player, in a compromising situation with little time to react, which was not our intention. After the race, Max spoke openly and honestly, which allowed both drivers to resolve any outstanding issues or concerns. The team accepts Max's reasoning, the conversation was a personal matter that will remain private between the team and no further comment will be made."
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Mick Schumacher already knows his replacement driver

The German will not be in Formula 1 next year, unless he signs for Williams next year because Haas has decided not to renew him. This driver has only scored 12 points this year. Mick announced the news on his social media with a statement: "This is going to be my last race with Haas F1 Team. I don't want to hide the fact that I am very disappointed by the decision not to renew my contract. However, I would like to thank both Haas and Ferrari for giving me this opportunity. These years together have helped me to mature both technically and personally. And especially when things become difficult, I have realized how much I love this sport." Finally Niko Hülkenberg will be the driver who will ride in the Haas
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These have been the winners at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: 

2009: Sebastian Vettel
2010: Sebastian Vettel
2011: Lewis Hamilton 
2012: Kimi Raikkonen 
2013: Sebastian Vettel
2014: Lewis Hamilton
2015: Nico Rosberg
2016: Lewis Hamilton
2017: Valtteri Bottas
2018: Lewis Hamilton
2019: Lewis Hamilton
2020: Max Verstappen
2021: Max Verstappen

The driver who has won most times at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix has been Lewis Hamilton who has won on five occasions, while Mercedes is the team with the most wins here, exactly with six triumphs. 

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Venue: The race will be held at the Yas Marina Circuit, located in the United Arab Emirates. It was inaugurated in 2009 and has a capacity for 60,000 spectators. It has 16 turns and a length of 5281 meters.

Photo: Trip Advisor
Photo: Trip Advisor
6:42 AM2 months ago

Race Preview

This Sunday the 2002 Formula 1 season comes to an end with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, where it will be a day of farewells. The World Championship is already decided, although there is still the fight for the second place between Sergio Pé rez and Charles Leclerc, where both have the same points, therefore the runner-up will be decided in this race;
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Welcome to VAVEL.COM's LIVE coverage of the Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix race.

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