F1 season finale! When to watch Abu Dhabi GP live on Sky


Formula 1 returns to Abu Dhabi with plenty to play for in the final race of a thrilling season; Watch the whole weekend live on Sky Sports F1 – Qualifying on Saturday at 2pm and the race on Sunday at 1pm

Last Updated: 15/11/22 2:08pm

The thrilling 2022 F1 season comes to a close at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton seeking a first win of the year and Max Verstappen looking for a record 15th, at the scene of their epic 2021 battle.

While Verstappen has already wrapped up his second successive drivers’ championship and Red Bull have sealed the constructors’ title, there is still plenty to play for at the Yas Marina Circuit.

Sergio Perez and Charles Leclerc go into the weekend level on points in the battle for second place in the drivers’ championship, after both were denied assistance from their team-mates in Brazil.

The key times are:

  • Qualifying starts at 2pm on Saturday, with build-up from 1:15pm
  • The Grand Prix starts at 1pm on Sunday, with build-up from 11.30am

Meanwhile, George Russell leading home Lewis Hamilton in a one-two in Sao Paulo has brought Mercedes within 19 points of Ferrari, meaning another strong performance from the Silver Arrows could see them snatch second in the constructors’ championship.

Ahead of this weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, we look back at some of the most memorable moments from previous races at Yas Marina Circuit.

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Ahead of this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, we look back at some of the most memorable moments from previous races at Yas Marina Circuit.

Ahead of this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, we look back at some of the most memorable moments from previous races at Yas Marina Circuit.

While Alpine have put a strong gap between themselves and McLaren in the contest for fourth, close battles continue between Alfa Romeo for sixth, and between Haas and AlphaTauri for eighth.

There will also be the final round of the Formula 2 season running concurrently, with Logan Sargeant needing a strong performance to ensure he gains the required super licence points to take up an F1 seat with Williams next season.

Live Abu Dhabi F1 GP schedule on Sky Sports F1

Thursday
11am: Drivers’ Press Conference

Friday
7:35am: Abu Dhabi F2 Practice
9:30am: Abu Dhabi GP Practice One (session starts 10am)
11:25am: Abu Dhabi F2 Qualifying
12:45pm: Abu Dhabi GP Practice Two (session starts at 1pm)
2:15pm: The F1 Show: Abu Dhabi

Saturday
10:15am: Abu Dhabi GP Practice Three (session starts 10.30am)
12:15pm: Abu Dhabi F2 Sprint
1:15pm: Abu Dhabi GP Qualifying Build-up
2pm: Abu Dhabi GP Qualifying
3:45pm: Ted’s Qualifying Notebook

Sunday
8:55am: Abu Dhabi F2 Feature Race
11:30am: 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
5pm: Abu Dhabi GP Highlights

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