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Schedule and where to see the Abu Dhabi GP of F-1

The Formula 1 celebrates on Sunday, December 12, the decisive Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. This is the last race of the year, in which Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen They will fight for the title that crowns them as world champion. Both drivers have been competing since the start of the championship and, after 21 races contested, they are tied at 369.5 points. This is the second time in the history of the sport that two drivers have reached the final race tied for points, a milestone that had only occurred once in the 72 years of the world championship. It was in 1974, in a fight between Emerson Fittipaldi, with McLaren, and Clay Regazzoni, with Ferrari. The pre-race training sessions will be held on Friday the 10th and Saturday the 11th.

Hamilton, concentrated

The British driver was very serene at a press conference and chose not to get into the controversy before playing a crucial race. Asked about the possibility of suffering an accident, he assured that “I don’t waste any energy thinking about it. I did not think that I would reach this situation if I played the title here. It is another championship. Every year I face it like I’m starting from scratch. I focus on winning, I just get in the car and I don’t feel like the champion, just the one who tries to win the title. “When a journalist asked him if he really thought that his rival, Max verstappenHe was “crazy in the head”, as he told his team on the radio, the Mercedes driver specified that “when you’re in the race you say hot things. It was figurative sense. We are all a little crazy to do what we do, because of the risks we take. ”

Abu Dhabi GP race and practice schedule

Free training 1: 10.30 – 11:30 hours

Free training 2: 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Free training 3: 11:00 – 12:00 hours

Classification: 2:00 p.m.

Race: 2:00 p.m.

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Where to see the Abu Dhabi GP

DAZN and Movistar + they will offer the Grand Prize. The training previews can also be seen on DAZN.

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