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After 19 races, five different winners, four pole-sitters, three victorious teams, two title fighters and one world champion, the 2017 Formula 1 season will come to a close on Sunday with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel’s fight for the crown was expected to go the distance, yet contrasting form through the late-season flyaways meant the season finale became a dead-rubber in terms of the title race. Nevertheless, Sunday’s race at the Yas Marina Circuit will still be a significant one as a number of important eras come to an end. Looking ahead to 2018, there is also pressure on the front-runners to end the season on a high and build momentum for next year ahead of a renewed fight for supremacy.

There is just one more race left in the 2017 Formula One season, and while there is no championship on the line — Lewis Hamilton has won the Drivers Championship and his team, Mercedes, has won the Constructors Championship — just about every driver in the field has something to race for.

Valtteri Bottas, Hamilton’s teammate, has pole position for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the second race in a row he qualified fastest. It’s been a rough second half of the season for Bottas, who is trying to prove he belongs at Mercedes. He relinquished the lead on the first lap of the Brazilian Grand Prix, and he’s hoping to avoid a similar fate on Sunday.

Valtteri Bottas will start the final race of the 2017 Formula One season on pole position after posting the quickest time in qualifying on Saturday in Abu Dhabi. Bottas will line up on the front row alongside Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton, who is already confirmed as the world champion, after posting a blistering time of time of one minute, 36.231 seconds in the final session. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel will start in third at Yas Marina.

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