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What time is the F1 race in Abu Dhabi and how to watch it

After 21 grand prix and a titanic fight that has had a bit of everything between the two great contenders for the 2021 F1 world title, Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton, the renewed Yas Marina circuit will finally be the stage that decides which driver It is crowned on this Sunday, December 12.

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will put an end to what has possibly been the most exciting season of the hybrid era in Formula 1. Mercedes and Red Bull will fight on track for a title that could crown Verstappen for the first time or if it happens on the contrary, making Hamilton the most successful driver in the history of the category alone with eight world titles.

This Sunday’s race will have ‘old-fashioned’ schedules, since the traffic lights will turn off at 2:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time). A race and an Abu Dhabi GP that will surely offer a great show during the 58 laps that will define the 2021 F1 world champion.

What time is the F1 Abu Dhabi GP 2021 race

  • Day : Sunday, December 12, 2021
  • Time of the Abu Dhabi F1 GP race in Spain : 2:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time)
  • Time of the Abu Dhabi F1 GP race in Mexico : 07:00h
  • Time of the Abu Dhabi F1 GP race in Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and Panama : 08:00h
  • Time of the Abu Dhabi F1 GP race in Venezuela and Bolivia : 09:00h
  • Time of the Abu Dhabi F1 GP race in Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and Paraguay : 10:00 a.m.

The Yas Marina Circuit is located in the United Arab Emirates and since 2014 it hosts the last race on the Formula 1 calendar, occupying one of the most important dates in the entire world of motorsports.

As we have mentioned before, the race in Yas Marina, home of the Abu Dhabi GP, will start at 2:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time) and, except for surprise, we will see the checkered flag after 58 laps around 3:00 p.m.: 30h.

For Latin America, the schedules will be a little more uncomfortable and they will have to get up much earlier to see the last appointment of F1 in 2021. The Abu Dhabi traffic lights will turn off at 07:00 in Mexico, 08:00 in Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and Panama, 9:00 a.m. in Venezuela and Bolivia, and 10:00 a.m. in Chile, Paraguay, Argentina, and Uruguay.

How to watch the F1 Abu Dhabi 2021 GP race in Spain?

  • Where to watch the Abu Dhabi F1 race from Spain: Movistar + and DAZN F1
  • F1 channel: Movistar + dial 58 and on the DAZN platform

Formula 1 became a paid sport in Spain a few years ago, that is, it cannot be seen legally without first having contracted one of the two platforms that offer these services. Of course, thanks to DAZN and Movistar + F1 , in this 2021 we have two different options.

The signal and the content is exactly the same, but if you choose the Movistar+ option, you will also have to have contracted with them the Internet, the mobile line, the Movistar + base package and others, so if you are looking for something cheaper , the DAZN streaming service would obviously be the best option, since it costs €9.99 per month or €99.99 if you sign up for a whole year. In addition, you will not only be able to watch F1, but you will also be able to enjoy many other sports such as MotoGP, the Premier League or the Copa del Rey de Fútbol for the same price.

How can you watch the F1 2021 Abu Dhabi GP race in Latin America?

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How to watch the best F1 Abu Dhabi GP 2021 race recap and where

  • What time is the post, summary and analysis of the Abu Dhabi GP race : on DAZN and on dial 58 (DAZN F1) of Movistar +, around 4:00 p.m., just after the GP.

As usual, in this ‘post’ you will be able to enjoy the best analysis of everything that happened in the last F1 race in 2021, a moment that will also be very interesting because Verstappen or Hamilton will be crowned champions. You will also be able to see the celebrations and all the declarations of the great protagonists instantly.

Aren’t you going to be home? No problem at we give you the opportunity to follow everything in detail through our website and also from your mobile phone thanks to our app (download it by clicking on the following banner). We will offer you LIVE everything that happens in the Abu Dhabi GP race, as well as the best summaries, chronicles, videos of the most important and all the breaking news that comes from the Yas Marina track.

F1 Abu Dhabi GP 2021 Qualifying Results:

Cla # Pilot Chassis Weather
1 33 NetherlandsMax Verstappen Red Bull 1’22.109
2 44 United KingdomLewis Hamilton Mercedes 1’22.480
3 4 United KingdomLando Norris McLaren 1’22.931
4 11 MexicoSergio Pérez Red Bull 1’22.947
5 55 Spain Carlos Sainz Jr. ferrari 1’22.992
6 77 FinlandValtteri Bottas Mercedes 1’23.036
7 16 MonacoCharles Leclerc Ferrari 1’23.122
8 twenty two Japan Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri 1’23.220
9 31 FranceEsteban Ocon Alpine 1’23.389
10 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo McLaren 1’23.409

F1 Abu Dhabi GP 2021 starting grid:

There is still no definitive grid for this last race of the year, because the stewards have to investigate what has happened during the end of Q2, where some drivers have disturbed the rest, as has happened between Daniel Ricciardo and Fernando Alonso.

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