After just three Sprints in both 2021 and 2022, the number was doubled for the third season with the format to six.
Sprints have taken place in Azerbaijan, Austria, Belgium, Qatar and the United States with the Brazil event set to round out the bumper calendar.
Interlagos is the only track to have held a Sprint every season, with two entertaining events being won by Valtteri Bottas and George Russell for Mercedes, respectively.
The event on Saturday is set to be an 18-lap affair, with the start times available below in our handy table from around the world.
2023 F1 Brazillian Grand Prix - Sprint
|Brazil||Brasilia Standard Time||15:30|
|United Kingdom||Greenwich Mean Time||18:30|
|Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Spain||Central European Time||19:30|
|United States - East Coast||Eastern Time||14:30|
|United States - West Coast||Pacific Standard Time||11:30|
|South Africa||South African Standard Time||20:30|
|United Arab Emirates||Gulf Standard Time||22:30|
|India||Indian Standard Time||00:00 Saturday|
|Japan||Japanese Standard Time||03:30 Saturday|
|Australia||Australian Eastern Standard Time||04:30 Saturday|
|New Zealand||New Zealand Daylight Time||07:30 Saturday|