While the race for the drivers’ championship may have ended two races ago in Mexico, there is still plenty to play for at the Formula 1 season-closer in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel’s tight battle at the front of the field earlier in the year made a championship showdown in Abu Dhabi seem inevitable, only for a swing in momentum through the Asian flyaways to result in an early coronation for the Mercedes driver.
Valtteri Bottas will look to end the season on a high at the Yas Marina Circuit with a third victory, but with Hamilton hungry to cap off his title year with another victory, the Finn is unlikely to have things all his own way.
Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo also remain forces at the front of the pack for Ferrari and Red Bull, creating the possibility of a close scrap as night falls at Yas Marina.
You can watch the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix live on NBCSN and the NBC Sports app from 7am ET. CLICK HERE for NBCSN live stream.
You can also try out a new ‘Mosaic View’ for the race that includes the race simulcast, in-car cameras, driver tracker and pit lane cam. CLICK HERE to watch the Mosaic View live stream.
Leigh Diffey, David Hobbs and Steve Matchett will be on the call, with pit reporter Will Buxton providing updates and interviews throughout the race from Yas Marina.
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