Formula 1

November 2018

Abu Dhabi GP Reaction

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Steve Jones, with David Coulthard, Mark Webber, Eddie Jordan and Susie Wolff, dissect all the action following 2018's final race. What do the final standings look like? Find out here.

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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Steve Jones, with David Coulthard, Mark Webber, Eddie Jordan and Susie Wolff, presents live from the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as the drivers fight for those all important final positions

Abu Dhabi GP Build Up

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Steve Jones, with David Coulthard, Mark Webber, Eddie Jordan and Susie Wolff, presents all the build up and context ahead of the final race, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Abu Dhabi GP Qualifying

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Steve Jones presents from Abu Dhabi of the final Qualifying session of 2018. The Mercedes drivers dominated last year, but will surely be tested more by the Red Bull and Ferrari.

Abu Dhabi GP Practice 3

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Lee McKenzie introduces more coverage from free practice at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as the drivers take to the track for the final time before qualifying on the Yas Marina Circuit

Abu Dhabi GP Practice 2

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Practice 2 at the Yas Marina Circuit as the teams head into the final race of the season, the twilight spectacular in Abu Dhabi. Who will top the board? Lee McKenzie presents.

Abu Dhabi GP Practice 1

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With the championship won, there's still plenty at stake as the drivers across the grid grapple for position. Lee McKenzie presents from the spectactular Yas Marina Circuit.

Brazilian Grand Prix Highlights

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Hamilton returns to the track where he won his first championship 10 years ago as a newly crowned five-time World Champion and he's unlikely to let up. Steve Jones presents.

Brazilian GP Qualifying Highlights

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Bottas took pole here last year and would love to do so again this weekend to give himself a shot at his first win of the season. Steve Jones and David Coulthard present.
October 2018

Mexican Grand Prix Highlights

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Hamilton needs to come seventh or better to win his fifth World Championship title. Vettel and Ferrari will be looking to delay for as long as possible an outcome which seems inevitable.
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