Formula 1's penultimate Sprint race of the season takes places ahead of the United States 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.
While the both the Constructors' and Drivers' championship has been decided, there is still a lot of places up for grabs including second between Sergio Perez, Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso.
The Shootout will start at 12:30 local time (18:30 BST) on Saturday.
This will be followed by a 19-lap Sprint, which begins at 17:00 local time, which is 23:00 in the UK and 00:00 Sunday morning in the Netherlands.
Check out the full table below to see when the 2023 F1 United States Grand Prix Sprint starts where you are in the world!
2023 F1 United States Grand Prix Sprint start times
|United States (Austin)||Central Daylight Time||17:00|
|United States - East Coast||Eastern Standard Time||18:00|
|United States - West Coast||Pacific Standard Time||15:00|
|United Kingdom||British Summer Time||23:00|
|Netherlands, Spain, France, Germany, Italy||Central European Time||00:00 - Sunday|
|South Africa||South African Standard Time||00:00 - Sunday|
|United Arab Emirates||Gulf Standard Time||02:00 Sunday|
|India||Indian Standard Time||03:30 Sunday|
|Japan||Japanese Standard Time||07:00 Sunday|
|Australia||Australian Eastern Standard Time||08:00 Sunday|
|New Zealand||New Zealand Daylight Time||11:00 Sunday|