Abu Dhabi press conference line-ups
Thursday and Friday conferences live on Sky Sports F1
Last Updated: November 1, 2012 9:29am
Press Conference: Drivers and team bosses will again face the media
Jenson Button and Felipe Massa headline Thursday's press conference in Abu Dhabi but it is the opinions of Kamui Kobayashi that could be most interesting after the news Nico Hulkenberg will join Sauber.
The Japanese driver's future was already in doubt at the team and the signing of Hulkenberg could mean the 26-year-old edges closer to the exit door.
Vitaly Petrov and Charles Pic - two other drivers whose 2013 plans are still uncertain - also join the line-up along with Toro Rosso's Daniel Ricciardo.
Rumours emerged on Monday suggesting a bust-up between Fernando Alonso and Pat Fry after qualifying for the Indian GP and the Englishman may face questioning on the topic in Friday's team bosses' press conference.
He will be joined by Andrew Green from Force India, who will be preparing for life after Hulkenberg, Ross Brawn from Mercedes, HRT's Antonio Cuqerella and Remi Taffin from Renault Sport.
Thursday's press conference line-up
Jenson Button (McLaren)
Kamui Kobayashi (Sauber)
Felipe Massa (Ferrari)
Vitaly Petrov (Caterham)
Charles Pic (Marussia)
Daniel Ricciardo (Toro Rosso)
Friday's press conference line-up
Ross Brawn (Mercedes)
Antonio Cuquerella (HRT)
Pat Fry (Ferrari)
Andrew Green (Force India)
Remi Taffin (Renault Sport F1)