As Formula 1 heads into the final round of an incredible 2020 season, the paddock has descended on to the Yas Island for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Following another busy pre-event media day on Thursday, it was confirmed Lewis Hamilton is able to return to action for Mercedes after testing negative for COVID-19 having been ruled out of last weekend's Sakhir GP due to the virus.
It means George Russell will return to Williams after his spectacular one-race outing at Mercedes as stand-in for Hamilton, while Jack Aitken will resume reserve driver duties at Williams.
All eyes will be on Hamilton's comeback having been suffering with COVID-19, as Russell gained huge attention impressing on his late call-up despite Mercedes' pitstop blunder and his late puncture which dropped him to ninth place in the Sakhir GP.
The race also marks the end of a number of eras, with a host of drivers competing for their current teams for the final time, including Sakhir GP winner Sergio Perez at Racing Point.
The Abu Dhabi GP marks the concluding round of a truly unique 2020 season which started back in July with the Austria GP following the COVID-19-enforced crisis and subsequent shutdown.
In the latest episode of the Autosport podcast, Grand Prix editor Alex Kalinauckas is joined by F1 reporter Luke Smith ahead of the Abu Dhabi GP to pick through the key talking points of the 2020 finale.