Capital welcomes future stars of F1
Motorsport fans will have the chance to see the future stars of Formula One this weekend when the GP2 and GP3 series come to an end in Abu Dhabi. The talented young drivers featuring in the two series will be in action at Yas Marina Circuit from November 25-27, ahead of the final F1 race of the season. Now in its 12th year, GP2 has produced a number of talented F1 drivers, including Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, who won the very first GP2 series championship in 2005. Like F1, the final race of the GP2 season will be a title decider between PREMA Racing team’s Antonio Giovinazzi and Pierre Gasly (pictured left). Giovinazzi, who is in his debut season in GP2, currently leads the standings, but Gasly is seen as one to watch in the future and has acted as a reserve driver for Red Bull Racing. Meanwhile, the GP3 Series drivers’ title is also going to the wire in the final round of the season at Yas Marina Circuit. ART GP’s Charles Leclerc is in pole position, with his teammate Alexander Albon and Trident’s Antonio Fuoco hot on his heels. Leclerc leads the standings by 29 points from Albon.