Grand Prix

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Circuit length
5.554 km
rounds count
fastest lap

About the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

The last race of the Formula 1 season takes place again in the Abu Dhabi desert. The Yas Marina Circuit may not have been the place where the title race was decided in the last couple of years, but it's still a good looking race.

And even when the race is over, the work starts again: Preparations for next season have to be started!

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Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

The final race of the Formula 1 season will once again take place in the desert of Abu Dhabi. The Yas Marina Circuit was the battleground for the drivers' championship decider in 2021. Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton went to Abu Dhabi with exactly the same number of points, and as icing on the cake, the championship was decided on the very last lap. The fireworks were there for the Dutchman: Max Verstappen became World Champion! 

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2022

More than fifty laps lasting 5.5 kilometres each: Under a setting sun, 20 drivers provide an extremely long, sensational race on the technical circuit. Hermann Tilke designed the track, so it will come as no surprise to anyone that this circuit also has the necessary long, straight sections. Not on the start/finish for a change as that section is too short for a decent DRS zone.

Instead, the 20 cars rumble at top speed into turn eight and just after that into turn eleven. If you have just overtaken someone on the first DRS part, the driver who overtook you will then unfold his rear wing behind you. Duels will therefore also be fought in this last GP on the Formula 1 calendar.

What does the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix race weekend look like?

On November 18, the drivers will take their seats in their cars for the free practice sessions. FP1 is on the program at 10:00 am UK time. At 13:00 the second practice session will be held. Qualifying starts on Saturday, November 19 at 2:00 PM, followed by the race on Sunday, November 20.

What time does the United Arab Emirates Grand Prix start?

As in previous years, the Abu Dhabi GP can be followed live on the live blog from one hour before the start of the race. The start time of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is ​​13:00 UK time and the race can also be followed live on Sky Sports and F1TV from that time.