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2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix TV Times

2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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It’s race week for the final time in the 2020 F1 season. Join us on RaceFans Live throughout every session of this weekend’s race at Yas Marina.

Formula 1 have the track to themselves this weekend as the support races were dropped from this event when it was moved two weeks later in the calendar due to the pandemic. The Formula 2 and Formula 3 seasons have already concluded.

Look out for the live page on the site during every session and follow all the action with your fellow RaceFans. Here’s how to watch the 2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix live in the UK and USA:

2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: Friday 11 December – Sunday 13 December 2020

UK (GMT)

DaySessionChannelCoverage startsSession startsSession ends
FridayAbu Dhabi Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F108:3009:0010:30
FridayAbu Dhabi Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F112:4513:0014:30
SaturdayAbu Dhabi Grand Prix third practice liveSky Sports F109:4510:0011:00
SaturdayAbu Dhabi Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F112:0013:00
SaturdayAbu Dhabi Grand Prix qualifying highlightsChannel 416:30
SundayAbu Dhabi Grand Prix liveSky Sports F111:3013:10
SundayAbu Dhabi Grand Prix highlightsChannel 417:30

USA (Eastern)

DaySessionChannelCoverage startsSession startsSession ends
FridayAbu Dhabi Grand Prix first practice liveESPN03:5504:0005:30
FridayAbu Dhabi Grand Prix second practice liveESPN207:5508:0009:30
SaturdayAbu Dhabi Grand Prix third practice liveESPN04:5505:0006:00
SaturdayAbu Dhabi Grand Prix qualifying liveESPN207:5508:00
SundayAbu Dhabi Grand Prix liveESPN208:0508:10

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3 comments on “2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. Ah, the season is about to end. The same feeling ahead of every Abu Dhabi GP as the off-season period is knocking on the door, but still, a longer break from F1 racing, especially after a season as condense as this isn’t for the bad. Hopefully, the next off-season phase wouldn’t be as long as the last, though. First off, the Abu Dhabi GP: Maybe not the best track for racing on paper, but a decent-ish to drive. I also like the twilight setting.

  2. isaac (@invincibleisaac)
    8th December 2020, 9:11

    I am also looking forward to Abu Dhabi – more than normal. Whilst not always a great race I do enjoy the cars under the lights and there will still be some intrigue for this year’s race with the Mercedes fight for the win, and Racing Point trying to secure 3rd in the championship.

    Assuming that Russel is in the Mercedes again this weekend, I believe he has a very strong chance of the win, a podium at least. Abu Dhabi is usually a fairly straightforward race with few safety cars and he will have had more experience in the car.

    If Russel does score a podium this weekend he would be the 14th driver to do so this year: surpassing the total of the 2012 season. That is quite remarkable when you think about Mercedes’ pace advantage and Hamilton having won 11 races this year. When was the last time there were 14 or more podium finishers in a season? Also it’s looking very unlikely for Williams to score points this year which would be tragic, as I do believe they have scored in every season they have contested in.

  3. If Hamilton’s back it will be as unwatchable as it is every year. Terrible track, terrible race, worst season ending track we’ve ever had!
    Go into this race the same every year too. Titles settled only minor battles to decide down the order and leaving with hope someone can take the fight to Mercedes.

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