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The 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (officially the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2021) was the 22nd and final race of the 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship, held at the Yas Marina Circuit between December 10 and December 12 2021. This was the 2021 title decider, as both Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen were tied going into the race, at 369.5 points each respectively.



Background

In June 2021, it was announced that the circuit would be undergoing layout changes in a bid to improve on-track action, having seen races with little or no action in the previous years. The following changes are to be done on the circuit:[1][2]

Yas Marina changes.jpg
  • At the hairpin section (previously turn 7), the chicane before it will be removed – with the width of the track in this area will also being opened up to allow multiple racing lines and potentially more passing opportunities.
  • At the end of the second back straight (previously turns 11, 12, 13, and 14), the tight and twisty complex of bends are being removed completely and replaced with a high speed and wide banked corner.
  • Finally, at the hotel section (previously turns 17, 18, 19 and 20), the corners that run around here are being opened up so it becomes faster and more flowing.

Right before the start of the weekend's events, it was announced that the contract to host the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as the season finale will be extended until 2030.[3]

Entry List

The full entry list for the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is outlined below:

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo United Kingdom McLaren F1 Team McLaren MCL35M Mercedes M12 1.6L V6t P
4 United Kingdom Lando Norris United Kingdom McLaren F1 Team McLaren MCL35M Mercedes M12 1.6L V6t P
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel United Kingdom Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team Aston Martin AMR21 Mercedes M12 1.6L V6t P
6 Canada Nicholas Latifi United Kingdom Williams Racing Williams FW43B Mercedes M12 1.6L V6t P
7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Switzerland Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN Alfa Romeo C41 Ferrari 065/6 1.6L V6t P
9 Russian Automobile Federation Nikita Mazepin United States Uralkali Haas F1 Team Haas VF-21 Ferrari 065/6 1.6L V6t P
10 France Pierre Gasly Italy Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AlphaTauri AT02 Honda RA621H 1.6L V6t P
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez Austria Red Bull Racing Honda Red Bull RB16B Honda RA621H 1.6L V6t P
14 Spain Fernando Alonso France Alpine F1 Team Alpine A521 Renault E-Tech 21 1.6L V6t P
16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Italy Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 1.6L V6t P
18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team Aston Martin AMR21 Mercedes M12 1.6L V6t P
22 Japan Yuki Tsunoda Italy Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AlphaTauri AT02 Honda RA621H 1.6L V6t P
31 France Esteban Ocon France Alpine F1 Team Alpine A521 Renault E-Tech 21 1.6L V6t P
33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull Racing Honda Red Bull RB16B Honda RA621H 1.6L V6t P
44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team Mercedes F1 W12 Mercedes M12 1.6L V6t P
47 Germany Mick Schumacher United States Uralkali Haas F1 Team Haas VF-21 Ferrari 065/6 1.6L V6t P
55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. Italy Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 1.6L V6t P
63 United Kingdom George Russell United Kingdom Williams Racing Williams FW43B Mercedes M12 1.6L V6t P
77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team Mercedes F1 W12 Mercedes M12 1.6L V6t P
99 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Switzerland Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN Alfa Romeo C41 Ferrari 065/6 1.6L V6t P
Test Driver for Practice 1 Only
89 United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Williams Racing Williams FW43B Mercedes M12 1.6L V6t P
Source:[4][5]

Practice

FP1

Max Verstappen had the early edge over Lewis Hamilton on Formula One’s most dramatic race weekend in living memory, as he topped first practice for the season-ending, title-deciding Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the heavily revised Yas Marina Circuit.[6]

FP2

Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in the second practice session of the while his championship rival Max Verstappen was fourth for Red Bull.[7] The session finished with Raikkonen crashing heavily at Turn 14.

FP3

Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time ahead of Max Verstappen in the final hour of practice in Abu Dhabi – with the all-important qualifying session to come.[8]

Practice Results

No Driver Team FP1 FP2 FP3
Time Pos Time Pos Time Pos
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 1:26.676 16 1:24.959 11 1:24.733 9
4 United Kingdom Lando Norris United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 1:26.123 12 1:25.153 13 1:24.106 5
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel United Kingdom Aston Martin-Mercedes 1:26.007 10 1:25.195 14 1:25.115 16
6 Canada Nicholas Latifi United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1:27.487 18 1:25.687 18 1:25.322 18
7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 1:26.189 13 1:25.440 16 1:25.037 13
9 Russian Automobile Federation Nikita Mazepin United States Haas-Ferrari 1:28.305 20 1:26.336 20 1:26.332 20
10 France Pierre Gasly Italy AlphaTauri-Honda 1:25.822 7 1:24.940 10 1:24.251 7
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez Austria Red Bull-Honda 1:25.363 4 1:24.400 5 1:24.047 4
14 Spain Fernando Alonso France Alpine-Renault 1:25.625 6 1:24.495 6 1:25.094 15
16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Italy Ferrari 1:25.846 8 1:24.557 8 1:24.758 10
18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Aston Martin-Mercedes 1:26.608 15 1:25.385 15 1:24.821 11
22 Japan Yuki Tsunoda Italy AlphaTauri-Honda 1:25.378 5 1:24.532 7 1:24.223 6
31 France Esteban Ocon France Alpine-Renault 1:26.025 11 1:24.034 2 1:24.834 12
33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-Honda 1:25.009 1 1:24.332 4 1:23.488 2
44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 1:25.355 3 1:23.691 1 1:23.274 1
47 Germany Mick Schumacher United States Haas-Ferrari 1:27.698 19 1:25.784 19 1:25.340 19
55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. Italy Ferrari 1:25.886 9 1:24.844 9 1:24.595 8
63 United Kingdom George Russell United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes DNP 1:25.549 17 1:25.220 17
77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 1:25.205 2 1:24.083 3 1:24.025 3
89 United Kingdom Jack Aitken United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1:27.481 17 DNP
99 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 1:26.409 14 1:25.108 12 1:25.048 14
Source: [9][10][11]

Qualifying

Q1

Hamilton set the fastest time of the session with Latifi, Russell, Raikkonen, Schumacher and Mazepin out of Q1.

Q2

After on-track traffic moments in the final seconds, Verstappen set the fastest time, but did so on soft tires as opposed to the Mercedes drivers on medium tires. Eliminated from the session were Alonso, Gasly, Stroll, Giovinazzi and Vettel.

Q3

Verstappen set the fastest time that was unbeatable until the end of the session, with Hamilton, whose initial run was compromised by a lock-up into Turn 5, could not improve enough on his last run. Crucially however, Hamilton would be starting on the more durable medium compound as opposed to his rival's softs. Norris qualified a surprise third ahead of Perez, with Bottas in sixth in his last Mercedes outing.

Qualifying Results

The full qualifying results for the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix are outlined below:

Pos. No. Driver Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Grid
Pos. Time Pos. Time Pos. Time
1 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-Honda 3 1:23.322 1 1:22.800 1 1:22.109 1
2 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 1 1:22.845 3 1:23.145 2 1:22.480 2
3 4 United Kingdom Lando Norris United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 8 1:23.553 7 1:23.256 3 1:22.931 3
4 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez Austria Red Bull-Honda 4 1:23.350 2 1:23.135 4 1:22.947 4
5 55 Spain Carlos Sainz Italy Ferrari 9 1:23.624 4 1:23.174 5 1:22.992 5
6 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 2 1:23.117 6 1:23.246 6 1:23.036 6
7 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Italy Ferrari 6 1:23.467 5 1:23.202 7 1:23.122 7
8 22 Japan Yuki Tsunoda Italy AlphaTauri-Honda 5 1:23.428 8 1:23.404 8 1:23.220 8
9 31 France Esteban Ocon France Alpine-Renault 10 1:23.764 9 1:23.420 9 1:23.389 9
10 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 11 1:23.829 10 1:23.448 10 1:23.409 10
11 14 Spain Fernando Alonso France Alpine-Renault 12 1:23.846 11 1:23.460 11
12 10 France Pierre Gasly Italy AlphaTauri-Honda 7 1:23.489 12 1:24.043 12
13 18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Aston Martin-Mercedes 13 1:24.061 13 1:24.066 13
14 99 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 14 1:24.118 14 1:24.251 14
15 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel United Kingdom Aston Martin-Mercedes 15 1:24.225 15 1:24.305 15
16 6 Canada Nicholas Latifi United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 16 1:24.338 16
17 63 United Kingdom George Russell United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 17 1:24.423 17
18 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 18 1:24.779 18
19 47 Germany Mick Schumacher United States Haas-Ferrari 19 1:24.906 19
20 9 Russian Automobile Federation Nikita Mazepin United States Haas-Ferrari 20 1:25.685 DNS
107% Time: 1:28.644
Source:[12]
  • Bold indicates the fastest driver's time in each session.

Grid

Pos. Pos.
Driver Driver
______________
Row 1 ______________ 1
2 Netherlands 33. Verstappen
United Kingdom 44. Hamilton ______________
Row 2 ______________ 3
4 United Kingdom 4. Norris
Mexico 11. Pérez ______________
Row 3 ______________ 5
6 Spain 55. Sainz
Finland 77. Bottas ______________
Row 4 ______________ 7
8 Monaco 16. Leclerc
Japan 22. Tsunoda ______________
Row 5 ______________ 9
10 France 31. Ocon
Australia 3. Ricciardo ______________
Row 6 ______________ 11
12 Spain 14. Alonso
France 10. Gasly ______________
Row 7 ______________ 13
14 Canada 18. Stroll
Italy 99. Giovinazzi ______________
Row 8 ______________ 15
16 Germany 5. Vettel
Canada 6. Latifi ______________
Row 9 ______________ 17
18 United Kingdom 63. Russell
Finland 7. Räikkönen ______________
Row 10 ______________ 19
20 Germany 47. Schumacher
Russian Automobile Federation 9. Mazepin ______________

Race

Report

Hours before the race, it was announced that Mazepin had tested positive for COVID-19, hence not taking part in the start. There was no replacement fielded for him.[13]

The race started at 17:00 local time on Sunday, December 12. Hamilton took the lead from Verstappen at the start, Verstappen attempted to repass in turn six.[14] Hamilton left the track, cut the corner and rejoined with his lead considerably extended. This caused an immediate protest to race director Michael Masi by Red Bull, and the team was told by radio that Hamilton had given back any advantage gained.[14] The incident was referred to the stewards, which concluded that no further investigation was necessary.[14] Hamilton then gradually extended his lead until the first round of pit stops.

Verstappen made his stop at the end of lap 13 with Hamilton following suit one lap later, both opting for a set to the hardest available tyres. Red Bull decided not to stop Pérez, in the hope that he could hold up Hamilton later. Hamilton caught up with Pérez on lap 20 and attempted to pass with the advantage of his much fresher tyres. Pérez defended hard and was overtaken by but then repassed Hamilton until finally losing his position one lap later. He had, however, managed to make Hamilton lose almost his entire lead over Verstappen. The latter was not able to attack, and Hamilton's gap to Verstappen gradually extended again.

On lap 26, Räikkönen collided with the barriers at turn six and subsequently retired due to brake issues, marking the end of his 349th and final Formula One start.

On lap 35, Giovinazzi retired his car with gearbox issues alongside the track, which triggered a virtual safety car period and ended his racing carrer in Formula 1. Red Bull used this opportunity to bring Verstappen in for a fresh set of the hardest tyres without losing track position, while Hamilton stayed out. Normal racing resumed two laps later. Using the advantage of fresher tyres, Verstappen gradually reduced his deficit, but not at a rate which would have been sufficient to catch Hamilton before the end of the race.[14]

On lap 53, a crash for Nicholas Latifi brought out the safety car. Hamilton again stayed out without pitting, while Verstappen pitted behind him for a fresh set of the softest available tyres. During the safety car period Pérez retired, due to engine problems. After Verstappen's pit stop, he retained second, but with five lapped cars between himself and Hamilton (in first).

Prior to the end of the safety car, seemingly conflicting messages were given by race control regarding whether lapped cars would be able to unlap themselves from behind Hamilton before the safety car was withdrawn. Drivers were initially told this would not be done at all, but this decision was partially reversed on lap 57, with only the five lapped cars sitting in-between Verstappen and Hamilton allowed to pass the safety car; the other three lapped cars were not given directions to overtake the safety car.

The safety car pulled in at the end of the penultimate lap, allowing for one lap of green flag racing before the finish. On the final lap Verstappen used his fresh soft tyres to pass Hamilton into turn five to take the lead of the race. He held off counter-attacks from Hamilton to win the race and his first World Drivers' Championship. Mercedes gained enough points to win their eighth consecutive Constructors' title, extending their own record.[15]

Hamilton finished the race in second, and third place was awarded to Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz, who completed the podium[16] and ended 5th in the championship.

Mercedes' post-race protests

Mercedes protested the result of the race on two counts: for Verstappen overtaking Hamilton under the safety car, and that they believed race director Michael Masi did not follow the correct procedure by only allowing the lapped cars between Verstappen and Hamilton to uplap themselves, before the restart at the end of lap 57, despite initially rejecting requests from Red Bull to do so.[17]

Normally all lapped cars would be allowed to unlap themselves, with the BBC's Andrew Benson saying the rules state that if race control allows cars to unlap themselves behind the safety car, then according to the Formula One sporting regulations all lapped cars should be allowed to unlap themselves. Both protests were rejected by the stewards following three hours of deliberation after the race and Verstappen was officially confirmed as World Champion.[18][19]

Mercedes have lodged their intention to appeal to the FIA's International Court of Appeal citing potential breaches of Article 15 of the International Sporting Code and Article 10 of the FIA's Judicial and Disciplinary Code, with the team given 72 hours after the race has concluded to decide whether they wish to take the matter further.[20] Mercedes withdrew the appeal as the FIA announced a 'clarification exercise' on the final laps of the race.

Drivers' reactions

George Russell who will drive for Mercedes in 2022 called the race finishing decision of race director Michael Masi 'unacceptable'.

Max is an absolutely fantastic driver who has had an incredible season and I have nothing but huge respect for him, but what just happened is absolutely unacceptable. I cannot believe what we’ve just seen.
George Russell via Twitter

Lando Norris said the decision to go racing again on the last lap was made 'for TV'.[21]

Results

The full results for the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix are outlined below:

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-Honda 58 1:30:17.345 1 26FL
2 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 58 +2.256s 2 18
3 55 Spain Carlos Sainz Italy Ferrari 58 +5.173s 5 15
4 22 Japan Yuki Tsunoda Italy AlphaTauri-Honda 58 +5.692s 8 12
5 10 France Pierre Gasly Italy AlphaTauri-Honda 58 +6.531s 12 10
6 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 58 +7.463s 6 8
7 4 United Kingdom Lando Norris United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 58 +59.200s 3 6
8 14 Spain Fernando Alonso France Alpine-Renault 58 +61.708s 11 4
9 31 France Esteban Ocon France Alpine-Renault 58 +64.026s 9 2
10 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Italy Ferrari 58 +66.057s 7 1
11 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel United Kingdom Aston Martin-Mercedes 58 +67.527s 15
12 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 57 +1 lap 10
13 18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Aston Martin-Mercedes 57 +1 lap 13
14 47 Germany Mick Schumacher United States Haas-Ferrari 57 +1 lap 19
15 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez Austria Red Bull-Honda 55 Engine 4
Ret 6 Canada Nicholas Latifi United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 50 Collision 16
Ret 99 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 33 Gearbox 14
Ret 63 United Kingdom George Russell United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 26 Transmission 17
Ret 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 25 Brakes 18
ILL 9 Russian Automobile Federation Nikita Mazepin United States Haas-Ferrari 0 COVID-19 20
Source:[22]
  • Perez retired after completing more than 90% race distance; his race was classified.

Milestones


Standings

Drivers' World Championship
Pos. Driver Pts. +/-
1 Netherlands Max Verstappen 395.5
2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 387.5
3 Finland Valtteri Bottas 226
4 Mexico Sergio Pérez 190
5 Spain Carlos Sainz 164.5 ▲2
6 United Kingdom Lando Norris 160
7 Monaco Charles Leclerc 159 ▼2
8 Australia Daniel Ricciardo 115
9 France Pierre Gasly 110
10 Spain Fernando Alonso 81
11 France Esteban Ocon 74
12 Germany Sebastian Vettel 43
13 Canada Lance Stroll 34
14 Japan Yuki Tsunoda 32
15 United Kingdom George Russell 16
16 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 10
17 Canada Nicholas Latifi 7
18 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi 3
Constructors' World Championship
Pos. Team Pts. +/-
1 Germany Mercedes 613.5
2 Austria Red Bull-Honda 585.5
3 Italy Ferrari 323.5
4 United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 275
5 France Alpine-Renault 155
6 Italy AlphaTauri-Honda 142
7 United Kingdom Aston Martin-Mercedes 77
8 United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 23
9 Switzerland Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 13

Only point-scoring drivers and constructors are shown.

See also

References

Images and Videos:

References:

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  2. REVEALED: The track changes aimed at improving overtaking at Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina Circuit | Formula 1®
  3. Motorsport.com: Abu Dhabi to stay as F1 season finale until 2030, https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/abu-dhabi-signs-new-10-year-f1-contract-as-season-finale/6866636/, retrieved on 9 December 2021
  4. 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - Entry List (PDF). Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile.
  5. Jack Aitken to drive for Williams in Abu Dhabi FP1 – four months after horror Spa crash | Formula 1®
  6. FP1: Verstappen quickest in Abu Dhabi first practice with title rival Hamilton third | Formula 1®
  7. 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix FP2 report and highlights: Hamilton leads Ocon and Bottas in second Yas Marina practice session while Verstappen takes P4 | Formula 1®
  8. 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix FP3 report and highlights: Hamilton leads Verstappen in final Abu Dhabi practice | Formula 1®
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V T E 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship
Teams Alfa RomeoAlphaTauriAlpineAston MartinFerrariHaasMcLarenMercedesRed BullWilliams
Engines FerrariHondaMercedesRenault
Drivers alphabetically AlonsoBottasGaslyGiovinazziHamiltonKubicaLatifiLeclercMazepinNorrisOconPérezRäikkönenRicciardoRussellSainzSchumacherStrollTsunodaVerstappenVettel
Drivers by number 3 Ricciardo • 4 Norris • 5 Vettel • 6 Latifi • 7 Räikkönen • 9 Mazepin • 10 Gasly • 11 Pérez • 14 Alonso • 16 Leclerc • 18 Stroll • 22 Tsunoda • 31 Ocon • 33 Verstappen • 44 Hamilton • 47 Schumacher • 55 Sainz • 63 Russell • 77 Bottas • 88 Kubica • 99 Giovinazzi
Other Drivers AitkenAlbonCalderónde Vriesdi RestaFittipaldiHülkenbergIlottKvyatNissanyVandoorneZhou
Cars Alfa Romeo C41AlphaTauri AT02Alpine A521Aston Martin AMR21Ferrari SF21Haas VF-21McLaren MCL35MMercedes W12Red Bull RB16BWilliams FW43B
Tyres Pirelli
Races BahrainImolaPortugalSpainMonacoAzerbaijanFranceStyriaAustriaBritainHungaryBelgiumNetherlandsItalyRussiaTurkeyUnited StatesMexicoBrazilQatarSaudi ArabiaAbu Dhabi
Cancelled Races ChinaCanadaSingaporeJapanAustralia
Tests Bahrain
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V T E United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
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