|Date: 21-23 NovemberCoverage: Live on BBC TV, Radio 5 live and onlineRace starts: Coverage begins at 12:10 GMT on 23 November. Race at 13:00 GMT.Qualifying starts: 13:00 GMT on 22 November|
Following Nico Rosberg's victory in Brazil just 17 points now separate him from championship leader Lewis Hamilton going into the final race of 2014.
In any other Formula 1 season, sixth in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on 23 November would be enough for Hamilton to clinch his second world title, even if Rosberg won the race.
But with double points available in the last race this season, the situation is more precarious for the British driver:
|Hamilton, 334 points||Rosberg, 317 points|
|How the Briton can win the title:||How the German can win the title:|
|Finish ahead of Rosberg||Win the race with Hamilton third or lower|
|Finish no lower than second if Rosberg wins||Finish second with Hamilton sixth or lower|
|Finish fifth or better if Rosberg doesn't win||Finish third with Hamilton seventh or lower|
|Finish sixth or better if Rosberg is not in the top two||Finish fourth with Hamilton ninth or lower|
|Finish eighth or better if Rosberg misses out on the podium||Finish fifth with Hamilton 10th or lower|
|Finish ninth or better if Rosberg is fifth||Should Hamilton not score any points, Rosberg still must finish no lower than fifth to overturn the 17-point deficit|