Max Verstappen will be first on the starting grid for the 2023 Dutch Grand Prix, after another sensational lap in Qualifying was enough to put the Red Bull driver well clear of Lando Norris in the McLaren.
George Russell was the best of the Mercedes drivers and will start third on the grid at Zandvoort, alongside Alex Albon in the Williams, who put in a sensational performance to start fourth.
Aston Martin saw an upturn in form thanks to Fernando Alonso‘s fifth place start, and he will be alongside fellow Spaniard Carlos Sainz, who is the best placed Ferrari in sixth.
Rounding out the top 10 starters on the grid in the Netherlands are Sergio Perez in the Red Bull, Oscar Piastri‘s McLaren, Charles Leclerc in the Ferrari and, after making his first appearance in Q3, Logan Sargeant starts 10th for Williams.
Lewis Hamilton was unable to make it out of Q2 and starts 13th in the Mercedes, while F1 debutant Liam Lawson is in 19th and for AlphaTauri following Daniel Ricciardo’s accident which ruled him out of the 2023 Dutch GP.
F1 Starting Grid Dutch GP 2023
- Yuki Tsunoda: 3 place grid penalty – impeding another driver
- Kevin Magnussen: Required to start from the pit lane – addition power unit elements used