Sergio Perez will line up on pole position for Sunday's Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, setting the pace in Qualifying with a time of 1:28.625.
Fernando Alonso partners Perez on the front row, continuing Aston Martin's impressive form from the 2023 season opener in Bahrain.
George Russell lines up an encouraging third for Mercedes, with Carlos Sainz the first Ferrari in fourth spot.
Charles Leclerc starts only 12th after incurring a ten-place grid drop for excessive component usage, while Max Verstappen lines up a lowly 15th after a driveshaft failure in Qualifying.
The starting grid below is provisional until confirmed by F1's governing body, the FIA.
Starting grid for the 2023 F1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix
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