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Formula One Racing - The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2021

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is the final race on the Formula One calendar. It has been held every year since the Inaugural Grand Prix in 2009. That year, Abu Dhabi was intended to be the 19th race of the season. However, both the Canadian Grand Prix and French Grand Prix were not held that year. Because of this, the Abu Dhabi race was moved forward to the 1st of November 2009. Due to the cancellations, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was the 17th race. Since 2004, the Brazilian Grand Prix had been the traditional final round of the F1 season. Abu Dhabi has continued to be the final race ever since.

Jenson Button and Brawn GP secured the Driver’s Championship and Constructor’s Championship titles that year. For Button and Brawn, this was their first Championship success. It was also notable as Brawn became the first team ever to win the Constructors’ Championship in their debut season.

The 2021 Season So Far – Lewis Hamilton Continues to Dominate

We’ve already watch England’s Lewis Hamilton demonstrate he is still on top form at March’s exciting Bahrain Grand Prix. The Englishman dominated again in April, despite the race being held at Imola instead of the more usual Autodromo Nazionale di Monza. There was some doubt about whether the late April/May race in Portugal would go ahead, but thankfully, the FIA could confirm the race. Hamilton once again showed himself to be the best driver of this generation by completing the contest a full 29 seconds ahead of his nearest opponent.

Hamilton has had a couple of bad races at Monaco, due to take place right after Spain on the F1 calendar. He’s already passed what could be described as his worst GP, though – Italy – and some bookmakers offering Legal Online Sports Betting already have incredibly strong odds on him winning the 2021 championship. Thankfully, there are many more exciting bets to place on F1 right now!

The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

There are many reasons why the FIA chose to make Abu Dhabi the final race of the F1 season. The United Arab Emirates spared no expense when designing the track, the race, the venue and everything else about the Abu Dhabi GP. The Yas Marina Circuit immediately became the new home of Middle East racing, and no other country in the area seems keen to challenge this.

The 21-turn Yas Marina Circuit was designed by Hermann Tilke, an engineer with an impressive heritage. He designed the highly praised Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia, as well as Bahrain’s International Circuit. He is also responsible for many of the other best circuits in F1 racing. The Shanghai International Circuit in China is often cited as his best work. Still, many pundits believe that Yas Marina outdoes all of these, thanks to its innovative day-night design.

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