Brits end feeder series seasons on a high
Alex Lynn scored victory in his likely last GP2 race, as Red Bull junior Pierre Gasly sealed the championship title.
Lynn led race two from lights to flag to beat Johnny Cecotto Jr and Sergey Sirotkin to victory.
The Brit secured pole for the second race courtesy of an eighth-place finish in the opener, and his victory ensured he finished sixth in the standings and top Brit – a single point ahead of Manor reserve Jordan King.
Lynn was one of two other Brits to win junior races in Abu Dhabi, with Jake Hughes completing a remarkable turnaround to win the second GP3 race.
Hughes started the opening race from the pitlane after an unsafe release in qualifying, but stormed his way through the field to finish seventh.
That handed him a place on the front row for race two, and despite initially being blocked off the line, he swept into the lead on the exit of Turn 1 and controlled the race to claim a second series win.
Jack Aitken took second, with his Arden team-mate Jake Dennis fourth. Charles Leclerc secured the title a day earlier, despite failing to finish race one.