The final round of the Formula 1 season sees the sport head to the Yas Marina Circuit for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Abu Dhabi has hosted every season finale since the 2014 campaign and has been the scene of three title deciders in that time - 2014, 2016 and perhaps most famously in 2021.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen has the chance to win his fourth Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in a row, only one behind the all-time consecutive win record at one race currently held by Ayrton Senna at Monaco and Lewis Hamilton in Spain.
With the Abu Dhabi region seeing little rain during the year, the upcoming weekend is expected to be dry.
According to our friends at WeerOnline.nl, the opening day of action will see temperatures hover at a maximum of 24 degrees Celcius with a moderate northwest wind.
The second practice session will see a maximum temperature of 29 degrees with humidity levels at 60 per cent.
The final practice outing on Saturday morning will see a maximum temperature of 27 degrees, slightly lower than Friday. Qualifying conditions are expected to be the same.
Race day conditions will be similar to those on Friday evening, with F1 rounding out the season with a day-to-night event in Abu Dhabi.