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Formula 1 - The Final Five Races

With only five Grand Prix’s left of the Formula 1 season it’s a race for the drivers to get that coveted world championship title. We take a look at the races still to come on the F1 calendar and what we can expect from each of them.  

First up we have Suzuka, home of the Japanese Grand Prix, a stand out track that tests both drivers and cars alike. With the track originally built by Honda as a test facility back in the sixties this is a race where McLaren Honda will be hoping they can gain some home advantage after what has been a tricky season for them. A firm favourite among the fans due the track providing some of the most challenging corners of the season this is set to be a thrilling race where we will see if Hamilton can gain another victory following his win here last season.

USA OverviewFollowing Japan, Formula 1 will move across to the States for the US Grand Prix in Austin, Texas. With the sport returning to the US in 2012 after a five-year gap The Circuit of The Americas was the first track in America purpose built for the F1. The track takes inspiration from some of the best European circuits including Silverstone and Hockenheim, whilst including some of its own signature parts such as the impressive elevation changes of up to 40 metres.

Then moving south into Mexico where the race track is situated in Magdelena Mixhuca park in Mexico City. Originally designed in the sixties Formula 1 intermittently raced here until the early nineties, after a two-decade gap the drivers returned last year with the facility undergoing an extensive upgrade including changes being made to some of its famous corners. Mercedes Driver Nico Rosberg won the race here last season with his teammate Hamilton coming in second just 1.95 seconds behind, the challenge is on this year for the German driver to defend his title.

The penultimate race of the season will be hosted by Brazil in Interlagos, Sᾶo Paulo a race that has been won by famous Brazilians in the past including Emerson Fittipaldi and Ayrton Senna. In the past Brazil has had the prestigious position of hosting the final race of the season, but more recently this has gone to Abu Dhabi. Brazilian Driver Felipe Massa will be hoping for success at his final home race before his retirement at the end of the season, another driver hoping for success will be Lewis Hamilton who has yet to win a race here in Brazil.

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The final race of the season will take place in Abu Dhabi at the Yas Marina circuit, first hosted here in 2009 this twilight race is the pinnacle of modern day track designs with drivers reaching speeds of 320km/h. This state of the art track is great for both spectators and drivers, set against the spectacular backdrop of the Yas Marina waterfront this track boasts the longest straight on the F1 calendar as well as tricky corners great for overtaking. Rosberg took the race win here last year, but with Sebastian Vettel setting the fastest lap record here back in 2009 he will be looking for success here in his Ferrari.

Take a look a look at the Formula 1 hospitality we have on offer as we build up to the end of what has been a remarkable season.

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