The final Formula One event of the season is upon us with the 2023 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Fresh off a successful inaugural race in Las Vegas, the F1 drivers are in the United Arab Emirates today to close out the season at the Yas Marina Circuit on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi.
The race kicks off today, Sunday, Nov. 26 at 5 a.m. PT / 8 a.m. ET on ESPN. You can also watch the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix online without cable through DirecTV Stream, which offers a live feed of ESPN as part of its channel lineup. DirecTV Stream currently has a 5-day free trial that you can use to livestream the F1 Abu Dhabi race online for free.
Continue on with one of DirecTV Stream’s viewing plans from $69.99/month or cancel before your free trial is up to avoid being charged.
You can also livestream the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix online through fuboTV, which also carries ESPN on its streaming service. Fubo has a 7-day free trial that you can use to watch F1 Abu Dhabi online free. Fubo’s live TV streaming plans start at just $54.99/month after your free trial is up.
The most comprehensive coverage of the F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is on F1 TV, which gets you every F1 race and session live or on-demand from your TV, tablet, laptop or phone. Access starts at just $2.99/month for tape-delayed replays or $9.99/month for live streaming.
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Predictions, Drivers
Max Verstappen has the pole for F1 Abu Dhabi, followed closely behind by Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and McLaren’s Oscar Piastri. Mercedes driver George Russell and McLaren star (and TUMI ambassador) Lando Norris round out the starting five. Lewis Hamilton ran into some trouble in qualifying and will start eleventh.
Verstappen has already been crowed the 2023 F1 World Champion and he is the favorite to take home yet another win on the Yas Marina track. If the Dutchman wins, it will be his record-extending 19th victory this year.
All eyes will be on Leclerc though as he hopes to lift Ferrari over Mercedes for second place in the 2023 Constructors’ Championships. Just four points separate Ferrari from Mercedes as the two F1 giants battle it out for the spot behind Red Bull in the final standings.
Watch the F1 Abu Dhabi race live online free on ESPN by streaming it through DirecTV Stream here.