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Date : 24-26 November

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Valtteri Bottas pipped Lewis Hamilton to pole position for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after edging out his Mercedes team-mate by just under two tenths of a second.

Hamilton is hoping to get back to winning ways to sign off the F1 season having already clinched the world championship in Mexico back in October.

Lewis Hamilton was beaten to pole position by his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas for Sunday’s final race of the year in Abu Dhabi.

World champion Hamilton, who had appeared in ominous form for much of the weekend, was on course to steal pole in the closing moments only for a scruffy end to his last lap which included him running wide at the final corner.

Bottas finished the best part of two tenths of a second ahead of Hamilton under the floodlights of the Yas Marina circuit to secure his second pole in as many grands prix, while Sebastian Vettel will line up in third on tomorrow’s grid.

Hamilton may have sealed his fourth championship at last month’s Mexican Grand Prix, but the Mercedes driver vowed not to take his foot off the accelerator in the closing stages of his title-winning year.

He was not among the contenders at the last race in Brazil after he crashed out in qualifying, and while he recovered to finish fourth it was Vettel who ended his seven-race winless streak.

Here, Hamilton will have to pass his team-mate to seal the 10th victory of his championship-winning campaign.

Bottas has been second best to his team-mate for much of the year, but he set the fastest time during the first runs during the final phase of qualifying, and despite Hamilton’s best efforts he was unable to usurp the Finn in the dying seconds.

Channel 4 have broadcast rights to 10 races this season – and the finale in Abu Dhabi is one of them.That means UK TV licence holders can watch the action for free online via Channel 4’s website.Sky Sportsare also showing action from the Abu Dhabi circuit, and fans can watch the action via their digital services.

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Japanese Grand Prix 2017 Live Stream ESPN looks ahead to the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, the 16th race of the 2017 season, and what Sebastian Vettel has to do to cut the gap to Lewis Hamilton in the championship fight.

Date: Oct. 8, 2017

Location: Suzuka International Racing Course, Suzuka, Japan

Time: 1 a.m. ET    TV: NBCSN

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The 2017 F1 Japanese Grand Prix is just about here, and Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes has pole position and a solid chance to pick up full points once again. The race will begin either very late Saturday or very early Sunday — however you want to see it. Specifically, it gets underway at 1 a.m. ET on Sunday, and will be broadcast by NBCSN in the United States.

Online streaming of the race can be had for free in the United States by visiting NBC Sports in your web browser or using the NBC Sports app on various connected devices.

Hamilton and teammate Valtteri Bottas qualified in the top two spots, though a gearbox change for his the latter has him starting sixth on the grid. Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari, the man closest to Hamilton in the Drivers Championship, will start alongside Hamilton.

Vettel was the only non-Mercedes driver to post a lap time under 1:28.000. His teammate, Kimi Raikkonen, crashed in practice and he had a tough qualifying session, finishing sixth, behind both Red Bulls of Daniel Ricciardo and the last race’s winner, Max Verstappen.

“I made a mistake today, we had to change the gearbox and obviously was far from ideal to prepare for qualifying,” Raikkonen said after his practice crash. “Especially after yesterday’s little running on the track.”

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