Max Verstappen is on the cusp of equalling a Formula 1 record during this weekend's Dutch Grand Prix.
Should he claim victory in front of his home fans, Verstappen will match Sebastian Vettel's tally of nine straight wins - but Friday practice hinted that the Red Bull might not have things all his own way.
McLaren's Lando Norris - who topped FP2 is confident of a pole position bid while Lewis Hamilton was also lurking in the background.
Verstappen is going for a third straight pole position at Zandvoort - but can Norris, Hamilton or someone else deny him P1 on the grid for Sunday's race?
Below are Qualifying start times for the 2023 F1 Dutch Grand Prix from around the world.
2023 F1 Dutch Grand Prix Qualifying start time
|Netherlands||Central European Time (CET)||15:00|
|Great Britain||British Summer Time (BST)||14:00|
|Spain, Germany, France, Italy||Central European Time||15:00|
|United States - East Coast||Eastern Time (ET)||09:00|
|United States - West Coast||Pacific Standard Time (PST)||06:00|
|Brazil||Brazilian Standard Time (BRT)||10:00|
|South Africa||South African Standard Time (SAST)||15:00|
|United Arab Emirates||Gulf Standard Time (GST)||17:00|
|India||Indian Standard Time (IST)||18:30|
|Tokyo||Japan Standard Time (JST)||22:00|
|Australia||Australian Eastern Standard Time||23:00|