The upcoming Abu Dhabi Grand Prix marks the final round of the 2022 Formula 1 season. While Max Verstappen and Red Bull have secured both the Drivers’ and Constructors’ Championships, the fight for second is well and truly on.
If there was any doubt regarding an F1 driver’s motivation for finishing second in the championship, the race in Brazil put those concerns to rest.
Both Sergio Perez and Charles Leclerc insisted on implementing team orders to secure a better result, and while neither driver benefitted from a reversal of positions on track, the requests certainly stirred up their fair share of controversy.
The Brazilian Grand Prix was also the first time Mercedes won a race this season with George Russell putting in a stellar performance to claim his maiden win in the sport.
Lewis Hamilton secured second place, and while the seven-time world champion is in serious danger of losing his streak of winning at least one race in every season he has contested, the result bodes well for Mercedes’ 2023 prospects.
While the race in Abu Dhabi isn’t likely to generate the same level of drama as last year, with so much still left to play for it should still be an exciting race.
Here’s where you can watch the action based on the region you currently live in.
Where to watch 2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Live
|Country||Television Station||Streaming Service|
|United Kingdom||Sky Sports||Now TV app|
|United States||ESPN, ESPN Deportes||Hulu with ESPN+, F1 TV Pro|
|Canada||TSN, RDS||TSN app, F1 TV Pro|
|Australia||Fox Sports||Kayo Sports|
|New Zealand||Spark Sport||Spark Sport app, F1 TV Pro|