Formula 1 Abu Dhabi GP 2018 Live Stream, Schedule & Live Telecast Info.

Formula 1 Abu Dhabi GP 2018 Live Stream, Schedule & Live Telecast Info: F1 Season Finale In Abu Dhabi, Will Get to Ferrando Alonso for One Last Time In F1.

The thrilling season of F1 race has come to an end as we reach Abu Dhabi for the season finale. It has been yet another strong year for both Mercedes & Lewis Hamilton. Mercedes grabbed the constructor title for the fifth straight time. And Lewis Hamilton successfully defended the driver’s championship against rival Sebastian Vettel. One of the ace drivers Ferrando Alonso will be retiring coming Sunday. Alonso will race for one last time before bidding goodbye to his illustrious F1 career.  The race is scheduled to take place from November 23rd to November 25, 2018. Sportsfeista brings you Formula 1 Abu Dhabi GP 2018 Live Stream, Schedule & Live Telecast Information.

Alonso On His Final Race

“Abu Dhabi will certainly be a very emotional race for me, as it will be the end of a long and happy 17 years in Formula 1. The time has come for me to move on, but I’m looking forward to ending the season – and my F1 career – on a positive note. Alonso as quoted to F1

A Hot Lap from Lewis Hamilton Was Good Enough To End the Last Qualifying With Pole

Formula 1 Abu Dhabi GP Live Stream Race Information:

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Formula 1 Abu Dhabi GP Live Telecast Information:

The live telecast of Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2018 in Canada is on TSN. Star Sports Select/HD will broadcast the race in India. US F1 viewers will need to tune into ABC & ESPN to catch the final race. Sky Sports and Channel 4 will telecast the final race in the United Kingdom. beIN Sports Arabia will telecast the race in the Middle East & North Africa. Australian viewers will be able to watch the race on Network Ten & Fox Sports. Sky Sports will broadcast the race in Ireland, Italy, and Newzealand. French Formula 1 fan will be able to catch the race on Canal+. Fox Sports will telecast the coverage in Asia. In Germany, the race will be on RTL & n-TV.

Abu Dhabi GP 2018 Schedule November 23 to November 25, 2018

F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix slated to take place between 23rd November to 25th November 2018. The driver championship and constructor championship are already decided. Lewis Hamilton became the 5-time world champion and Mercedes took the constructor title.

Schedule for Abu Dhabi GP 2018, Friday, November 23, 2018

First Practice Race  13:00 to 14:30

Second Practice Race: 17:00 to 18:30

Qualifying Race Schedule for Abu Dhabi GP 2018, Saturday, November  24, 2018

Third Practice Race 14:00 to 15:00

Qualifying Race 17:00 to 18:00

F1 Abu Dhabi GP Qualifying Race Global Timings


Abu Dhabi GP 2018 Final Race, Sunday, November 25, 2018

Final Race 17:10 to 19:10

All timings are given in local Abu Dhabi time which is GMT+4.

Indian fans will get to see the final race on Sunday, November 25, 2018, from 18:40 to 20:40.

About Yas Marina Circuit

The first Grand Prix at Yas Marina Bay circuit took place in 2009.

The circuit length is of 5.554 km

Number of laps in the race is 55

Drivers will cover a total distance of 305.355 km

The lap record is currently being held by Vettel 1:40.279 (2009)

Drivers Quote Before The Final Race

HAMILTON: “It was quite an emotional session for me because it’s the last time I’ll be qualifying in this car. I’m so grateful to the team. Today was so much fun.”

BOTTAS: “I was aiming for pole but both of us on the front row is great for the team. Lewis was performing well and it was very difficult to beat him today”

VETTEL: “I enjoyed the session. The first run in Q3 was very close. For tomorrow, I’m quite confident – it’s a long race. It should be good fun. I’m looking forward to challenging these guys”

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