When the chequered flag falls on the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday, it will mark the final chapter of the 2023 Formula 1 season.
With the drivers' and constructors' championships resolved, a fierce duel for second place is still raging between Mercedes and Ferrari.
Meanwhile, Carlos Sainz, who failed to escape Q1 on Saturday, and Fernando Alonso are deadlocked at 200 points each in the battle for fourth place in the drivers' standings, while Lando Norris and Charles Leclerc also have designs on the top four.
Mercedes carry a slim four-point lead over their Italian rivals into the Yas Marina Circuit race - with the battle likely coming down to the performances of Leclerc and George Russell, who start the race from the first and second row respectively. Lewis Hamilton will start P11 after failing to make Q3 for a second successive weekend.
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Here is all you need to know ahead of the main event on Yas Island.
Abu Dhabi GP race - Sunday, November 26, 2023
Here's when lights will go out all around the world:
Local time: 5pm Sunday
UK time (BST):1pm Sunday
Central European Time (CET):2pm Sunday
United States (Eastern Time):8am Sunday
United States (Central Time):7am Sunday
United States (Pacific Time):5am Sunday
South Africa: 3pm Sunday
Australia (Sydney/Melbourne):12am Monday
How to watch the Abu Dhabi GP live on TV today
The following broadcasters have F1 rights to cover the action from Abu Dhabi, please check local listings:
UK: Sky Sports F1
United States: ESPN, ESPN Deportes
Australia: Fox Sports
Canada: RDS, TSN
Germany: Sky Sport F1
Italy: Sky Sport F1
Netherlands: Viaplay Xtra
Brazil: BandSports, Bandeirantes
South Africa: SuperSport
Malaysia: beIN Sports
Singapore: beIN Sports
F1 TV Pro is also available in selected territories.
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