The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will host the final round of the 2023 Formula 1 season. Find out the session times for the event at the Yas Marina Circuit as the field look to deny Red Bull and Max Verstappen a final win.
Abu Dhabi has been on the calendar since 2009 and is home of the first ever F1 night race. Verstappen has won the last three Abu Dhabi GP, including the highly controversial 2021 race which gave him his first championship.
Lewis Hamilton has the most wins with five but will go a second consecutive season without a victory if he does not stand on the top step of the podium this Sunday.
Attention will be on whether Mercedes can take second in the constructors’ championship as they only hold a four-point lead over Ferrari going into the final round.
When is the 2023 Abu Dhabi GP?
The 2023 Abu Dhabi GP will take place at the Yas Marina Circuit, which has hosted the final race of the F1 season since 2014.
Qualifying is scheduled for 14:00 UK time (18:00 local) on Saturday and the race at 13:00 (17:00 local) on Sunday.
|Date||Session||Local||UK (GMT)||US (EST)||US (PST)||Aus (AEDT)|
|Nov 24||Practice 1||13:30||09:30||04:30||01:30||20:30|
|Nov 24||Practice 2||17:00||13:00||08:00||05:00||00:00*|
|Nov 25||Practice 3||14:30||10:30||05:30||02:30||21:30|
|Nov 26||Grand Prix||17:00||13:00||08:00||05:00||00:00*|
Where can I watch the 2023 Abu Dhabi GP?
For viewers in the UK, every session of the 2023 Abu Dhabi GP will be shown live on Sky Sports F1, with highlights on Channel 4.
Meanwhile, if you are in the USA, every session will be shown across ESPN. F1 fans in Australia will be able to catch all the action on Fox Sports, while those in Canada