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Las Vegas Grand Prix qualifying time 2023

Check out the Las Vegas grand prix qualifying time 2023 on this interesting Strip Street Circuit. Find the exact qualifying time schedule for the Las Vegas Grand Prix below.

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All you need to know about the Grand Prix qualifying time

What can Formula 1 drivers and teams anticipate at the Las Vegas GP? The specifics remain unknown.

In the lead-up to the weekend, simulator sessions on the street circuit, featuring the iconic 'strip' in the renowned city, have been a common occurrence.

However, it's not until Thursday evening, during the initial free practice, that substantial data collection can commence.

Given the uncertainties leading up to the weekend, Pirelli is supplying the event with the three softest tire compounds, anticipating low surface grip conditions.

2023 F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix Qualifying Time

Country Timezone Start time
Brazil Brasilia Standard Time 05:00
United Kingdom Greenwich Mean Time 08:00
Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Spain Central European Time 09:00
United States - East Coast Eastern Time 03:00
United States - West Coast Pacific standard Time 00:00
South Africa South African Standard Time 10:00
United Arab Emirates Gulf Standard Time 12:00
India Indian Standard Time 14:00
Japan Japanese Standard Time 17:00
Australia Australian Eastern Standard Time 19:00
New Zealand New Zealand Daylight Time 21:00

What do the drivers think of the Las Vegas Grand Prix qualifying time 2023

"Las Vegas is anticipated to be chilly, given that it's a street circuit. To prepare, we collaborated with the teams, seeking simulations in advance to comprehend the impact of the circuit layout on tire energy.

We gathered information from the companies responsible for the tarmac to assess its abrasiveness and the expected level of tire wear. However, many uncertainties still surround the Las Vegas circuit.

Qualifying is scheduled for midnight local time, with temperatures expected to be around four or five degrees. Alexander Albon suggests an intriguing scenario where drivers may need multiple laps to warm up the tires before setting a fast lap.

“I wonder if we’re doing three or four prep laps for qualifying,” he said. “It will be a tough one.”

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