This is the chance for someone other than Red Bull to win a race in the 2023 Formula 1 season and bring to an end the run of 15 straight wins stretching back to last season.
Carlos Sainz is on pole, George Russell alongside with Charles Leclerc, Lando Norris and Lewis Hamilton all lurking behind, fancying their chances of being the driver to topple Red Bull.
Sainz and Ferrari want a dry minimum fuss race so mother nature is not something else to factor into the equation while 11th and 13th for Red Bull on the grid after its qualifying meltdown leaves it doing its rain dance.
But, fortunately perhaps for Sainz and unluckily for Red Bull, the rain is not forecast to come.
Our friends at WeerOnline predict that the race, which gets underway at 20:00 local time, is set to be dry with a mix of clouds and clear weather.
There are some showers predicted throughout the day, but by the time of the race, these will be cleared up, with temperatures around the tropical 30-degree celsius mark for the 62-lap race.