Double world champion Max Verstappen put Red Bull in pole position for his home Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort for the third year in a row on Saturday.
McLaren’s Lando Norris will join the runaway Formula One championship leader on the front row, with George Russell qualifying third fastest for Mercedes and Alex Albon an impressive fourth for Williams.
Red Bull’s Sergio Perez, Verstappen’s teammate and closest rival but 125 points behind him after 12 of 22 races, qualified seventh.
Verstappen will be chasing a record-equalling ninth win in a row on Sunday.
- England vs Netherlands Live Score, World Cup 2023: ENG, NED eye Champions Trophy 2025 spot; Toss at 1:30 PM IST
- Shaji Prabhakaran sacked as AIFF Secretary General
- Cricket World Cup diary: Tendulkar’s statue, nightlife at Park Street and unstoppable Team India
- England vs Netherlands, LIVE Streaming Info, World Cup 2023: When and where to watch ENG vs NED match today?
- Saudi Pro League champion Al-Ittihad sacks coach Espirito Santo