Sergio Perez will start the Miami Grand Prix from pole position, having set the fastest time during a qualifying session that was brought to a premature end.
The Mexican had put himself in P1 following the first runs of Q3 and, with a spin into the barriers for Charles Leclerc bringing the red flags out in the final minutes of the hour, nobody was able to better Perez's lap of 1:26.841.
Fernando Alonso will start from P2, with Carlos Sainz and Kevin Magnussen sharing the second row behind while Pierre Gasly takes P5. Max Verstappen lines up in ninth place for the event at the Miami International Autodrome.
The starting grid below is provisional until confirmed by F1's governing body, the FIA.
Starting grid for the 2023 F1 Miami Grand Prix
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