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Curtain falls on unprecedented season
A little over five months after the first race of the season was held in Austria, this weekend, the UAE closes out the 2020 Formula 1 season at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
As Yas Marina holds the traditional finale in the desert for the seventh time, to simply get to this year’s edition has been little short of a remarkable effort.
As a groggy Hamilton had posted on Twitter only on Tuesday, his Abu Dhabi GP looked in considerable doubt.
Returning a negative result on Wednesday however, the 35-year-old will now be able to race at Yas Marina, on a circuit that has officially crowned him champion for the last three years on the bounce.
That will of course mean George Russell will not get a shot at redemption in the desert, after being denied a dream win in Sakhir, as the 24-year-old returns to race for Williams.
Hamilton meanwhile, after another season of sheer dominance – including breaking too many records to name – deserves his chance to bask in his record-equalling feat of seven F1 titles, which, it appears, he will now be able to at least attempt to revel in this weekend following his recovery.
Mazepin on early tightrope
As Haas F1 look to end a difficult season on the right note, the early beginnings of a hopeful new era have already been tainted.
After announcing last week that Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin will form their new driver line-up in 2021, the Team have already been forced to discipline the latter, following what the Russian himself described apologetically, as ‘inappropriate behaviour’.
Having posted a story on Instagram involving an exchange with a woman – where his hand touched the female’s chest – the post was swiftly deleted, but spiralled social media nevertheless.
In terms of the constructors’ championship, just 18 points divide Racing Point, McLaren and Renault into the final weekend.
With a possible 43 points up for grabs, third spot appears to favour a British manufacturer, as Perez – in what could be his final race in F1 – will still be hoping to push the argument of inclusion next term in his favour.
However, with a fast-finishing Renault in the form of Daniel Ricciardo and Esteban Ocon, the lucrative battle for up to $10m could go to the wire also.
It seems the Abu Dhabi GP, is set to end the season on a fitting high.
The 2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix takes place this weekend at Yas Marina Circuit.
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