The Abu Dhabi GP attracts global stars, including Max Verstappen, who is expected to win his third title at Yas Marina Circuit.
Among the spectators this year was India’s Shreyas Iyer, who had a rollercoaster World Cup campaign, showcasing his skills as the best No.4 batter in the world.
Despite a strong performance, India lost to Australia in the final, but Iyer’s form solidified his place as a top player.
Verstappen, already the F1 champion, is aiming to end the season on a high note, with a chance to set new records in Abu Dhabi.
His 33rd pole position tied him with Mansell, and a potential 54th win would surpass Vettel’s record.
Verstappen expressed pride in the team’s achievements prior to the race, but was uncertain of their performance.