Abu Dhabi GP 2023: When to watch practice, qualifying and Grand Prix as F1 season comes to an end at Yas Marina Circuit
The 2023 F1 season comes to a close at the Abu Dhabi GP where there is still plenty up for grabs as well as the final race win of the year; watch every session from the Yas Marina Circuit live on Sky Sports F1, including the F2 finale; F1 Kids back for Sunday's race too
Last Updated: 26/11/23 11:31am
Just one more race will bring the 2023 Formula 1 season to an end with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the Yas Marina Circuit.
Max Verstappen is looking for a seventh win in a row to edge closer to his own record of 10 victories on the spin and he's won the last three Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Red Bull will take some stopping to not end their dominant season on a high, with attention on the battle for second place in the constructors' championship as Mercedes are only four points ahead of Ferrari.
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Charles Leclerc's superb second place and Carlos Sainz finishing sixth last time out in Las Vegas has given Ferrari a big opportunity to beat Mercedes in the standings.
McLaren's disappointment in Vegas means they are only 11 points in front of Aston Martin in the fight for fourth and a strong weekend for AlphaTauri, Alfa Romeo or Haas could see their positions in eighth, ninth and 10th change after Sunday.
Abu Dhabi is four hours ahead of the United Kingdom, with qualifying and the race held at dusk, so the key sessions of the weekend will take place in the early afternoon.
- Build-up to Sunday's Grand Prix begins at 11.30am ahead of lights out at 1pm.
You can also watch every session of the Formula 2 finale in Abu Dhabi live on Sky Sports F1, as championship leader Theo Pourchaire looks to hold off Frederik Vesti and Ayumu Iwasa in the race for the title.
F1 Kids meanwhile, the bespoke broadcast for younger fans, returns for Sunday's Grand Prix.
Sky F1 subscribers can press the Red Button on your Sky remote from 12.50pm on Sky Sports F1 to access the special feed. It will also be shown on Sky Sports Arena at the same time.
The broadcast will once again feature a dedicated International Feed of the Grand Prix, including 3D augmented graphics, child-friendly team radio transmissions, technical explainers and a bespoke package of colourful graphics and animations, including the return of the popular cartoon driver avatars.
Drivers' championship top 10 ahead of Abu Dhabi GP
|1) Max Verstappen||Red Bull||549|
|2) Sergio Perez||Red Bull||273|
|3) Lewis Hamilton||Mercedes||232|
|4) Carlos Sainz||Ferrari||200|
|5) Fernando Alonso||Aston Martin||200|
|6) Lando Norris||McLaren||195|
|7) Charles Leclerc||Ferrari||188|
|8) George Russell||Mercedes||160|
|9) Oscar Piastri||McLaren||89|
|10) Lance Stroll||Aston Martin||73|
Constructors' championship top five ahead of Abu Dhabi GP
|1) Red Bull||822|
|5) Aston Martin||273|
Sky Sports F1's live Abu Dhabi GP schedule
Sunday November 26
- 9.10am: F2 Feature Race
- 11.30pm: Grand Prix Sunday Abu Dhabi GP build-up
- 1pm: The ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX
- 3pm: Chequered Flag: Abu Dhabi GP reaction
- 4pm: Ted's Notebook
After the thrills of Las Vegas, Formula 1 heads to Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina Circuit for the 2023 season finale and another stunning spectacle under the lights. Watch the Abu Dhabi weekend live on Sky Sports F1, with lights out on Sunday at 1pm. Stream F1 on Sky Sports with NOW