You can count the races left on this year's Formula 1 calendar on one hand. Now that the 2019 Russian Grand Prix is, team orders controversy and all, consigned to the history books, there's just five races left. While the drivers' championship appears to be all but a foregone conclusion, with Lewis Hamilton edging closer to his sixth title, there's still a lot to play for.
Those five final rounds will take place over two months in three different continents, rendering Phileas Fogg's efforts to traverse the world in 80 days look leisurely in comparison.
First, the field will head to Suzuka, before a double-header in North America takes F1 to Mexico City before a border-hop (or jump, depending on the height of the wall) to Austin. A brief sojourn in South America and Sao Paulo follows, before the season reaches its conclusion in Abu Dhabi. That's a run of five very different battlegrounds.