So it all ends in Abu Dhabi. Another enthralling Formula One season comes to an end this weekend with a processional march of a Grand Prix for Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes, but a chance for other teams and drivers to build some momentum at the end of 2018. Follow our guide to live stream F1 from Abu Dhabi – you can watch absolutely free from absolutely anywhere.

We know that the season itself is decided by now, but there's still several good reasons to catch the Abu Dhabi action – even if you're not a Formula One completest (or a big Hamilton fan).

For example, it's the last time we'll see Fernando Alonso in a Formula One car for a while – possibly ever. It feels like a long time ago now, but Alonso was a World Champion two years running in the mid-2000s and he'll be missed by fans and fellow drivers alike.

And as one career ends, another Spaniard's continues to bloom. Carlos Sainz makes his McLaren berth in Abu Dhabi. It might still be too early to throw around labels like 'future World Champion', but there's a lot of promise from 24-year-old and he won't want to disappoint.

So kick back, relax and enjoy the dying embers of the 2018 Formula One season. Watching it is super straightforward for you from anywhere in the world and on pretty much any device. And the best thing about it…it's possible to do so absolutely free of charge. Read on to find out how to stream F1 live.

How to watch the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix anywhere in the world

If you don't have easy access to watch the Grand Prix online in your country, the best way to watch the FREE UK coverage is to download and install a VPN service. This effectively tricks your computer into thinking that it's in another country. It's really easy to do, and works for loads of sporting events where live streams may not be readily available where you are:

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