Max Verstappen in action in Abu Dhabi

F1 Betting Tips and Schedule – who will win the Abu Dhabi GP


Get all the key info ahead of this weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as the Formula 1 season reaches its conclusion.


F1 betting tips: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

3pts Max Verstappen to win the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at 6/5 (Sky Bet)

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The Formula 1 season reaches its conclusion last weekend, with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix bringing the curtain down on a dominant Red Bull season.

Max Verstappen won the championship with ease, a much preferable outcome to the controversial ending we saw at this race in 2021.

A Mercedes one-two was welcomed by most fans in Brazil, some much-needed variety in a campaign that has largely ended with the same result.

The George Russell/Lewis Hamilton revival has had its impact on the race win market, meaning we're getting a very appealing 6/5 on VERSTAPPEN TO WIN.

This is the best driver in the best car at an odds-against price to win yet another race in his title-winning campaign. It really is that simple.

While he finished sixth in Japan, he was running second/third before a collision with Lewis Hamilton led to a time penalty and a pit stop that left him at the very back.

There was also the refusal to switch positions with team mate Sergio Perez. Red Bull have been quick to try and move on from it, and this bet doesn't have to worry about that as there is no chance of a change if leading.

Mercedes' charge has come far too late, this is a nice price to back for the final race of the season.


What time is the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix?

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix takes place on Sunday at 13:00 GMT. Friday sees practice sessions one and two before qualifying takes place on Saturday.

How can I watch it?

Sky Sports F1 will be showing all of the action live in the UK.

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix schedule

Friday November 18

  • 1000 GMT: Practice One
  • 1300 GMT: Practice Two

Saturday November 19

  • 1030 GMT: Practice Three
  • 1400 GMT: Qualifying

Sunday November 20

  • 1300 GMT: Race

Odds correct at 1515 GMT (18/11/22)

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