Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2020 Live: Max Verstappen on pole in season-ending race, Daniel Ricciardo 11th
The third place in the constructors championship is up for grabs with Racing Point, McLaren and Renault all vying for the position, while the entire grid will be wanting to finish on a high, no more than Max Verstappen, who snatched the first pole for a non-Mercedes engine in 2020.
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The race starts at 12.10am AEDT.
Row 1: Max Verstappen (Red Bull) – Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
Row 2: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) – Lando Norris (McLaren)
Row 3: Alexander Albon (Red Bull) – Carlos Sainz (McLaren)
Row 4: Daniil Kvyat (AlphaTauri) – Lance Stroll (Racing Point)
Row 5: Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri) – Esteban Ocon (Renault)
Row 6: Daniel Ricciardo (Renault) – Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)
Row 7: Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) – Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo)
Row 8: Kimi Raikkonen (Alfa Romeo) – George Russell (Williams)
Row 9: Pietro Fittipaldo (Haas) – Nicholas Latifi (Williams)
Row 10: Sergio Perez (Racing Point) – Kevin Magnussen (Haas)
Sergio Perez' F1 career with Racing Point is over after he was the first driver to retire from the race.
Having finished with his first win in his 190 race career in the Sakhir Grand Prix, having come from last to first, Perez' car just appeared to give up on him as he raged over team radio about the "f***ing engine".
"The engine just completely went on him. Absolute heartbreak and sporting tragedy for Perez and the Racing Point team," David Croft said on Sky Sports.
Perez slammed his steering wheel and gestured in frustration once he got out of the car.
It also makes it all the more difficult for Racing Point to nab third on the constructors championship.
#F1 Gutted for @SChecoPerez and @RacingPointF1 on their final race together