It is the penultimate race of the 2011 Formula 1 season this weekend as we head to Abu Dhabi to see whether Sebastian Vettel can record yet another race win.
The German has been dominant this year and with the World title secured a few weeks ago now, he will be hoping to finish what has been a fantastic year in style.
Beyond the German, it is simply a case of the rest of the field fighting it out for as high a position as they can manage in the drivers championship. Jenson Button for example is the front runner to hold onto second spot and he would love to secure this in Abu Dhabi this weekend.
Then, Button's team-mate Lewis Hamilton would love to have a positive, trouble free weekend after what has been a difficult time for him both professionally and personally.
Sticking to matters on the race track, formula 1 betting pundits will tell you that it has been a frustrating season for Hamilton, with just one Grand Prix win to his name as he sits in fifth position for the season.
Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso have had mixed years too. The former is yet to win a race, while the latter has been inconsistent and often left frustrated with his team's performance in qualifying.
Alonso's team-mate Felipe Massa has had a year to forget too, so there is no doubt that all of the leading drivers in Formula 1 still have something to prove in the remaining two races, starting in Abu Dhabi.
Looking at the betting odds, you will not be surprised to see that Vettel is the favourite to win the race at 8/11 with Bet365, while Hamilton is next in line at 9/2 with the same bookie.
Button is next at 4/1 with Coral, while Mark Webber is 6/1 and Fernando Alonso is 7/1, both with SkyBet. For Massa to put a bad season behind him, you can back a shock win for him at 100/1 with Betfred.
Another bet to keep an eye out for is Michael Schumacher on the podium. He has been threatening it all year and you just wonder whether he will achieve a top three finish before the season is out.
You can back him to do so with Victor Chandler at 25/1.