With the hustle and bustle Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend brings, it can be easy to forget why it's here - the big race itself.
While some people enjoy the social side of the capital's big weekend, many others are more interested in the action on Yas Marina Circuit's track.
And the finale of this years' Formula One season promises to be one not to miss, with Abu Dhabi celebrating its tenth anniversary.
There are lots of important events taking place across the weekend and it can be hard to keep track.
But the most important one is the time the race starts, which is 5.10pm UAE time on Sunday, November 25.
That's when Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen, Fernando Alonso and co. set off on their bid to be top of the podium.
The race will take either two hours or the time it takes to complete 55 laps.
We already know British star Hamilton has won the Formula One World Drivers' Championship, but there will still be plenty of excitement and intrigue on Abu Dhabi's big day.
For more on the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2018, check out our dedicated section here.