It's the final Grand Prix of the long 22-race season this weekend, taking place at the traditional Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi.
Max Verstappen heads into the weekend with a chance of sealing third in the all-time win list, overtaking Sebastian Vettel.
There are also a number of loose ends to be tied in the Constructors' Championship, with second up for grabs between Ferrari and Mercedes.
Mercedes currently leads Ferrari on 392 points to 388, with both looking for strong finishes from their drivers.
Williams and AlphaTauri are also locked into a battle for seventh, with the former on 28 points and the Red Bull sister team on 21 points. Neither teams scored last time out, so they will be hoping to make some improvement in Yas Marina.
Sunday's 58-lap race will start at 15:00 local time in Yas Marina. You can use our handy table below to find out when the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix starts in your time zone.
2023 F1 Abu Dhabi GRAND PRIX START TIME
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