Carlos Sainz will line up in pole position for the United States Grand Prix, with World Champion Max Verstappen set to start alongside him on the front row.
Charles Leclerc – who had qualified in second place – has been pushed down to 12th following an engine penalty, while the Mercedes duo of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell are promoted to third and fourth due to Sergio Perez also taking a grid penalty, putting the Mexican from P4 to P9.
Can Sainz take his second victory in F1, or will Verstappen add another win to his tally? All will be revealed when the 56-lap race begins at 14:00 local time (20:00 BST).
Check out the start times for the United States GP around the world below:
2022 F1 United States GP start times
|Race start time
|Pacific Daylight Time
|Central Daylight Time
|Eastern Daylight Time
|British Summer Time
|Central European Summer Time
|Gulf Standard Time
|India Standard Time
|Western Indonesian Time
|China Standard Time
|Korea Standard Time
|Australian Eastern Standard Time
|New Zealand Time
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