Staying up late when GPs? Fortunately no more races to come!

Staying up late when GPs?  Fortunately no more races to come!

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With two races left, the championship is so exciting, who will be the champion? Will it be the first for Verstappen or the eighth for Hamilton? The difference is only eight points! Read more about the World Cup standings here.

With a blackboard on your lap?
The last two races will take place in the afternoon and early evening. The Grand Prix of Saudi Arabia kicks off at 6:30pm, perfect for watching the race on the board on your lap on the all-new track in Jeddah – a fast-paced street circuit.

What is the decision in the title? It could fall this weekend, but it will most likely only drop during the last grand prix of the season: the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on December 12. This race starts at 3:00 PM Dutch time.

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If Verstappen wins the title, which in theory could indeed happen this weekend in Saudi Arabia, there will be plenty of time to celebrate with a big glass of champagne!

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