Sergio Perez will line up on pole position for Sunday's Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, repeating his feat from 2022.
Fernando Alonso partners Perez on the front row, continuing Aston Martin's impressive form from the 2023 season opener in Bahrain.
Some big names will have to fight their way through the traffic in Jeddah, though. Charles Leclerc starts only 12th after incurring a ten-place grid drop for excessive component usage, while early championship leader Max Verstappen lines up a lowly 15th, after a driveshaft failure ruined his qualifying session.
The 50-lap race will start at 20:00 local time (17:00 GMT), with warm conditions expected throughout.
See below to find out what time the race starts wherever you are in the world.
2023 F1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix start time
|Saudi Arabia||Arabia Standard Time||20:00|
|United Kingdom||Greenwich Mean Time||17:00|
|United States - East coast||Eastern Time||13:00|
|United States - West coast||Pacific Time||10:00|
|Brazil||Brasilia Standard Time||14:00|
|Netherlands, Spain, France, Germany||Central European Time||18:00|
|South Africa||South Africa Standard Time||19:00|
|United Arab Emirates||Gulf Standard Time||21:00|
|India||Indian Standard Time||22:30|
|China||China Standard Time||01:00 - Monday|
|Japan||Japan Standard Time||02:00 - Monday|
|Australia||Australian Eastern Standard Time||04:00 - Monday|
|New Zealand||New Zealand Time||06:00 - Monday|
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