Formula 1. Abu Dhabi GP, schedule and schedule for the last one of the season
The grand finale is in a few hours, in Formula 1! Now tied on points before the final round of the 2021 season, Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen will have to decide in Abu Dhabi this weekend. Knowing that, for the moment, it is the Dutch who is ranked first. Which means that if the two men are abandoned, it will be the Red Bull Racing driver who will be crowned…
Formula 1: a final under very high tension!
Will Lewis Hamilton succeed in winning his eighth world championship title, facing the sometimes illicit assaults of his great rival, Max Verstappen? Knowing that throughout the season, the credit would rather go to the Dutch even if the Briton finished the current championship very well. Anyway, one of the two drivers will be titled by Sunday afternoon.
And of course, the coronation of Verstappen would bring a lot of freshness to the premier class, dominated by the Englishman for many years. For Honda, it is also a question of ending its history with Formula 1 on a high note. Since in 2022, the Japanese manufacturer will not be engaged in F1, officially at least. Because the Japanese block will last for at least another year (pending the hypothetical arrival of the Volkswagen Group), operated by Red Bull and Honda engineers.
For the rest, if the 3rd and 4th places in the drivers’ classification have already been allocated (respectively, Bottas and Perez), it remains to be defined who will be classified 5th. With Charles Leclerc, Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz, still in contention. Finally, it is the classification of the manufacturers which will also have to be concluded. Even if, with 28 units of advantage, Mercedes seems almost titled… Behind, Ferrari also benefits from a good margin on Mclaren, with 38.5 points in advance. Clearly, to beat the Italian team, that of Woking will have to win the race and place a second single-seater in third place. In other words, an almost impossible bet. Unless there is a collision between the two duettists in the championship. But also, a huge underperformance of the Scuderia.
Here is the TV program and timetables for this Formula 1 Saudi Arabian Grand-Prix.
Friday, December 10, 2021
Free 1:10 am, live on Canal + Sport
Free 2:40 p.m., live on Canal + Sport
Saturday 11 December 2021
Free 3: 10:40 a.m., live on Canal + Sport
Qualification: 1:52 p.m., live on Canal + Sport
Sunday 12 December
Start of the race: 2:00 p.m., live on Canal +
Article published on 12/09/2021 at 6:15 am