THERE simply is no bigger finish than this – with Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen slugging out a battle for the ages in a bid win the F1 crown.
The pair have been locked in a stunning tussle all 2021 season for the crown of world champion.
There was no love lost last weekend at the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix, where the pair were involved in ANOTHER collision, as the Dutchman was forced to let the Brit overtake him.
But they finished in first and second spot in Jeddah, meaning they are incredibly on exactly the same points total of 369.5 points.
There is even an unlikely scenario where Hamilton and Verstappen could finish the season on the same points total – and that would result in the Dutchman clinching world championship victory.
Hamilton is within touching distance of immortality, a victory for him this weekend would take him one world title ahead of Michael Schumacher’s magic mark of seven drivers’ championships.
What time is the F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix practice?
- F1 heads to Abu Dhabi for the final weekend of the season, starting on December 10 and ending on Sunday, December 12.
- The Grand Prix race starts at 1pm on Sunday.
What TV channel is the F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on and can I live stream it?
- The F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is live on Sky Sports F1, with the race itself also on Sky Sports Main Event.
- You can stream all the action live with a Sky Go account and on the Sky Sports app.
- Non Sky Sports subscribers can watch all the action on Now TV with a day pass costing £9.99.
F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix schedule
Friday December 10
- Practice One – 9.30am UK (1.30pm local)
- Practice Two – 1pm UK (5pm local)
Saturday December 11
- Practice Three – 10am UK (2pm local)
- Qualifying – 1pm UK (5pm local)
Sunday December 12
- Race – 1pm UK (5pm local)