Formula 1 returns to the Yas Marina Circuit this weekend for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Twelve months on from that memorable championship showdown between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, F1 will have a more serene finale to this season's championship.
However, there's still plenty on the line. Ferrari and Mercedes are locked in a battle for P2 in the Constructors' Championship, whilst Red Bull's Sergio Perez will face Charles Leclerc of Ferrari for the same honour in the Drivers' Championship.
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix marks the final chance for Lewis Hamilton to secure a win in 2022, can he achieve the feat and maintain his record of taking at least one victory in every championship season?
When is the 2022 Abu Dhabi GP?
The 2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will be held across the weekend of 18-20 November.
Following Brazil's Sprint weekend format, the final race weekend will be a 'conventional' event, with the three practice sessions, one qualifying hour and the Grand Prix on Sunday.
How many laps is the Abu Dhabi GP?
The race will take place over 58 laps of the 5.281-kilometre Yas Marina Circuit, with a maximum race time of two hours if there are any stoppages or delays.
What time does the Abu Dhabi GP start?
Sunday's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will start at 17:00 local time (13:00 GMT).
Below are the start times for the race for various time zones across the world.
2022 F1 Abu Dhabi GP start times
|Time zone||Race start time|
|Greenwich Mean Time||13:00|
|Central European Time||14:00|
|Gulf Standard Time||17:00|
|India Standard Time||18:30|
|Western Indonesian Time||20:00|
|China Standard Time||21:00|
|Korea Standard Time||22:00|
|Australian Eastern Standard Time||00:00 (Monday)|
|New Zealand Daylight Time||02:00 (Monday)|
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