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F1 highlights: TV channels, times and how to watch the thrilling Abu Dhabi Grand Prix race

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An unusual finale for the Formula 1 world championship witnessed Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen the final battle like a thrilling battle F1 season ends in Abu Dhabi grand opening – no vandals here.

Mercedes and Red Bull have locked horns through 2021 with the assists’ championship also approaching as Valtteri Bottas and Sergio Perez are set to play key roles in the outcome of both championships.

Hamilton was on the upswing after three straight wins over Brazil, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, which completely eroded his opponent’s lead, trailing both drivers by 369.5 points when it arrived in Abu Dhabi.

Finishing ahead of the Dutch driver will ensure the Briton a record eighth world title to break ties with Michael Schumacher – but Verstappen’s win will ensure him his first world championship mine.

Here’s everything you need to know about the highlights.

When does F1 stand out?

Sky Sports F1 will run the hour-long highlight at 5:30pm GMT on Sunday, then at 7:30pm and again at 10:30pm. Featured content will be replayed on the same channel throughout Monday.

Channel 4 will also show its own highlights, which also air for free at 5:30pm GMT.

Viewers in the US can watch through ESPN and ESPN Deportes.

If you’re not a Sky customer, you can get a NOWTV Day Pass to watch without a subscription.

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