Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2022: Schedule, track specifications, broadcast and more

The Abu Dhabi GP will be a battle between Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and Red Bull's Sergio Perez for the second place.

SportsTiger StaffAuthor

Updated - 17 November 2022 03:50 PM


It was a surprise for Mercedes as they finished at the podium at Brazilian Grand Prix 2022. George Russell claimed his first F1 win at the Interlagos, while Hamilton finished second followed by Carlos Sainz. However, it wasn’t the best outing for the Red Bull duo of  Max Verstappen  and Sergio Perez, despite the former winning the Formula 1 championship.  

With the final race of the season, it will be a battle between Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and Red Bull driver Sergio Perez as they enter this race weekend with 290 points. The Yas Marina Circuit will host the season finale in it’s exciting 58 lap track.

Here is all you need to know about the 2022 Abu Dhabi  Grand Prix:

When is the 2022 Abu Dhabi  Grand Prix?

November 1 8

Practice 1 – 1 5 :30 to 1 6 :30 IST
Practice 2 – 18 : 3 0 to 19 : 3 0 IST

November 1 9

Practice 3  – 16 :00 to 17 :00  IST

Qualifying - 19 :30 to 20 :30  IST


November 20

Main Race – 18 :30 to 20 :30  IST

Where to watch the live broadcast of the 2022 Abu Dhabi  Grand Prix?

The races will be broadcast on Star Sports Network.

Where to watch the live streaming of the 2022 Abu Dhabi  Grand Prix?

The practice, qualifying and final race will also be streamed LIVE on Disney+ Hotstar.

What are the specifications at  the 2022 Abu Dhabi  Grand Prix?

The Yas Marina Circuit is a 5.281km long track which features 16 turns. The Hermann Tilke-designed track is dominated by 1.2km straight between Turn 5 & 6. It also has tricky run through Turn 10, 11 & 12 with two DRS detection zones. Two-time world champion Max Verstappen holds the lap record of 1:26.103, which he set in 2021.

What is the weather forecast for the 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix?
The three days of the Abu Dhabi  Grand Prix will see temperature ranging  between 25°C-2 6 °C.

How does the F1 Drivers’ Championship table stand  ahead season finale Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2022 ?

Max Verstappen – 4 29  points

Charles Leclerc – 2 90  points

Sergio Perez – 2 9 0 points

George Russell   – 2 65  points
Lewis Hamilton – 2 40  points


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