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Saturday, October 24th, 2015


The final race of 2015 Formula One season is here! The 19th and last race of the current Formula One Season is going to be held on 29th November’ 2015 at Yas Marina Circuit in the city of Abu Dhabi. The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was included in the F1 calendar in the year 2009 and it was the first circuit to host a day-night Formula One race.

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Schedule

The 2015 edition of Brazilian Grand Prix would be held from 27-29th November’ 2015. Here is the itinerary for the event:

Friday, 27th November’ 2015
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Practice Race 1 – 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
Practice Race 2 – 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Saturday, 28th November’ 2015
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Practice Race 3 – 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Qualifying Race – 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Sunday, 29th November’ 2015
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Actual Race – 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2015 Prediction

Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) is already the 2015 Formula One Champion but there is a tough fight for the second place. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) has a slim lead over Hamilton’s teammate Nico Rosberg who has won the last two races, including the Brazilian Grand Prix. While both Hamilton and Vettel have won twice on this track, they must deal with Rosberg who has been in the top form recently. It would be interesting to see if Rosberg can wrest the lead from Vettel and claim the overall second place for the current season. To make the matters more exciting, racers would get double the points for this race than they are normally awarded for an F1 race. All in all, it is going to be an exciting finish for the 2015 Formula One Season.

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Broadcast

Formula One races are watched by millions of fans from around the world and they are unlikely to miss the final race of the 2015 season. The live telecast of the race is available in almost every geographical area and most major countries of the world. Lately, many streaming service providers have also made F1 races available on mobile devices and laptops via their On-Demand portals. Here is a list of streaming service providers for the event:

United Kingdom – BBC Sports (http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/live/bbcone)
United States – NBC Sports (http://www.nbcsports.com/live-extra)
Japan – Fuji TV (http://www.fujitv.co.jp/index.html)
Spain – Antena 3 (http://www.atresplayer.com/directos/television/antena3/)
Australia – Network Ten (http://tenplay.com.au/sport/formula-1/live-streaming)
India – Star Sports (http://www.starsports.com/ssplus/f1/index.html)
Germany – Sky Sports Germany (http://www.sky.de/sport)
Sweden – Viasat (https://www.viasat.se/sport/motor)

While these streaming services allow people to stream F1 races live on their smartphones and laptops, they are restricted only to the above mentioned countries/territories. This means you won’t be able to stream Abu Dhabi F1 race from NBC Sports if you are not physically present within United States (or more specifically have a US IP address). Fortunately, there are technical solutions like VPNs available which allow you to bypass such geographical restrictions and stream your favorite sporting events live from any country. To stream Abu Dhabi Grand Prix live, we recommend using any one of the following VPN services:

The above providers offer ultra-fast speeds along with unlimited bandwidth and have servers in major countries like United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Germany and Sweden.


October 24, 2015
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