Q3 results: Max Verstappen earned the pole position.
Q2 results: Nyck De Vries, Kevin Magnussen, Lando Norris, Yuki Tsunoda, and Esteban Ocon were all eliminated.
Q1 results: Oscar Piastri, Zhou Guanyu, Logan Sargeant, Valtteri Bottas, and Sergio Perez were all eliminated.
The 2023 Australian Grand Prix runs early Sunday morning and 24 hours ahead of it, qualifying will determine the starting grid. Qualifying at Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne gets started at 1 a.m. Saturday morning with the 20 drivers competing for a chance at pole position.
Qualifying will air on ESPN and will be available via live stream at WatchESPN. It will run a little over an hour with three sessions. The first session is 18 minutes and features all 20 drivers. The five slowest are removed from the pool and then the remaining 15 run the second session for 15 minutes. The five slowest again are removed and the remaining ten drivers compete across 12 minutes for pole position.
We’ll be providing live updates as the starting grid is set for the 2023 Australian Grand Prix. Max Verstappen is -900 at DraftKings Sportsbook to finish qualifying in the top three. Red Bull teammate Sergio Pérez follows at -300 and Aston Martin’s Fernando Alonso is -190. It then goes to plus money with Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc fourth at +120 to qualify in the top three.
Here is the full entry list for the Australian Grand Prix as qualifying gets underway.
2023 Australian Grand Prix starting grid
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