The final Grand Prix of the Formula 1 season takes place at the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, and with just one opportunity left to put points on the board, how will the drivers line-up on the final grid of 2018?
Sebastian Vettel, looking to end the season on a high, is alongside Kimi Raikkonen in an all-Ferrari second row, with the Finn competing in his last GP for the Prancing Horse before switching teams to Sauber for next year.
Red Bull make up the third row with Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo, but the Dutchman already has a headache pre-race as he will start on hypersoft tyres, while the other top five race contenders will be using ultrasofts.
Fernando Alonso made a little bit of history in his last F1 qualifying on Saturday as he successfully out-qualified his team-mate, Stoffel Vandoorne, for the 21st time this season - the first time such a whitewash has been done since Alonso himself did it to Nelson Piquet a decade ago.
No penalties have been issued to any of the drivers ahead of the race.