Formula 1: 2018 season to end with Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
The 21st and the final race of the Grand Prix in 2018 Formula 1 World Championship will take place in the United Arab Emirates over the weekend.
The qualifying round will be held in the capital Abu Dhabi on Saturday, and the race will start on Sunday at 1310GMT.
The championship will host the final race at Yas Marina Circuit — a motor racing track of 5.554 kilometers (3,450 miles) in length, comprising 55 laps.
Mercedes secured the constructors’ title with 620 points followed by Ferrari with 553 points ahead of the Abu Dabi race.
The champion of the season, Mercedes’ British driver Lewis Hamilton, clinched 10 races, while Ferrari’s German driver Sebastian Vettel was victorious in five races.
Hamilton was crowned champion in the Mexico GP on Oct. 28, his fifth title to level with Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher.
Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull-TAG Heuer got two race wins so far, with Dutch Max Verstappen and Kimi Raikkonen each hold one victory.
– Season’s driver and constructor standings are as follows:
Top 5 drivers:
1. Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain): 383 point
2. Sebastian Vettel (Germany): 302
3. Kimi Raikkonen (Finland): 251
4. Valtteri Bottas (Finland): 237
5. Max Verstappen (Netherlands): 234
1. Mercedes: 620 points
2. Ferrari: 553
3. Red Bull: 392
4. Renault: 114
5. Haas: 90