Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
2022, Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is taking place from 18-20 November at Yas Marina Circuit on Yas Island.
The race coverage will be starting from the 18th of November with practice sessions.
Later it will be followed by qualifying fixtures on Saturday, 19th of November.
However, The final race will be on Sunday, 20th of November.
A total of 55 laps, consisting of a 5.281 km circuit lap will take place at Yas Marina Circuit.
|Practice Session 1||18 November 2022||06:30 – 07:30||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
|Practice Session 2||18 November 2022||10:00 – 11:00||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
|Practice Session 3||19 November 2022||07:00 – 08:00||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
|Qualifying Sessions||19 November 2022||10:00 – 11:00||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
|Abu Dhabi GP Race||20 November 2022||09:30 – 11:30||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
Race Facts- Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
- The race was first held in 2009.
- Since then, it is held for 12 times
- Lewis Hamilton won the race most number of times (5)
- Mercedes bags the most wins (6) as a constructor
- Circuit length is 5.281 km
- Total Race length is 306.183 km
- Max Verstappen holds the fastest lap record (1:26.103)
- Yas Marina has an advanced track design with six different configurations to suit different racing series
- Abu Dhabi was the only F1 race which is named after its host city rather than its host country
Most memorable moment in Abu Dhabi GP
2010, A record four drivers(Fernando Alonso, Mark Webber, Sebastian Vettel, and Lewis Hamilton) were in the race for the driver’s World Championship coming into the decider at Yas Marina in 2010.
Sebastian Vettel win the race and become the youngest ever F1 World Champion aged 23 years, 134 days, Despite being 15 points adrift of championship leader Fernando Alonso before the race.