Formula 1 heads to the Lusail Circuit for the fourth Sprint race of the season ahead of the Qatar Grand Prix.
A change to the running order this year sees the Sprint now standing alone – rather than deciding the grid for Sunday's Grand Prix – and the starting order will be set in the Sprint Shootout earlier on Saturday.
Max Verstappen stands a chance of clinching his third F1 Drivers' Championship in the Sprint race, if Sergio Perez does not finish sixth or higher.
Concerns over tyre safety have led to a track limit changes and a special 10-minute practice session being placed into the schedule, with a 20-minute delay made to the Sprint Shootout.
The Shootout will start at 16:20 local time (14:20 BST) on Saturday.
This will be followed by a 19-lap Sprint, which begins at 20:00 local time (18:00 BST), while the Grand Prix will also start at 20:00 local time on Sunday (18:00 BST) and will run for 57 laps.
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