FIA race director, Michael Masi, has said that team-mate crashes are viewed differently in the stewards’ room. The stewards decided to take no further action on the Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel crash which resulted in both drivers having
George Russell has highlighted Williams’ race pace as a concern following the first two races of the 2020 season in Austria. There are glimmers of hope to found at Williams as they are not as so far cut adrift
Ex-team boss Flavio Briatore has said he would have fined the Ferrari drivers 5-10% of their salaries for causing the collision at the Styria Grand Prix. Ferrari are in turmoil at the start of the 2020 season as their
Motorsport.com are reporting that Valtteri Bottas will extend his stay with Mercedes into 2021 after he agreed a new deal ‘in principle’. While there is no official announcement as of yet, it is believed that Bottas’ strong start to
Valtteri Bottas will remain at Mercedes in 2021 with a new deal having been agreed in principle, sources have revealed to Autosport
It may be Renault who has protested the Racing Point but Christian Horner says “everyone” should be worried about the pink Mercedes’ pace. Red Bull driver Alexander Albon found himself engaging in a late-race battle with Racing Point’s Sergio
Sunday’s drama and its double DNF have effectively ended Ferrari’s quest for the 2020 titles, says former F1 driver David Coulthard. Ferrari scored 19 points in the opening race of this season as Charles Leclerc managed an impressive second
Max Verstappen’s dip in car performance at the Styrian Grand Prix can be explained by a broken endplate getting stuck in the bargeboard area. Verstappen managed to split the two Mercedes on the starting grid for the second race
George Russell says Williams has been surprised by its lack of pace in race trim compared to qualifying in the two Formula 1 races at the Red Bull Ring
Max Verstappen’s damaged front wing endplate became lodged in his bargeboard after falling off during the Styrian Grand Prix, causing an additional performance deficit, his Red Bull team has revealed
Alex Albon’s performance at the Styrian Grand Prix has been criticised with Jolyon Palmer saying he is “offering nothing” in the fight at the top. Albon cut a bit of a lonely figure during the second race at the
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says everyone should be ‘worried’ by the pace of the Racing Point, following the team’s charge through the field in the Styrian Grand Prix.
As one door after another closes on Sebastian Vettel, Guenther Steiner says he would “welcome” the German to the Haas F1 team. Vettel is weighing up his options for the 2021 season after being dropped by Ferrari. The Scuderia
Ex-Ferrari team boss Ross Brawn is hoping the Scuderia are going to cope with the “incredibly intense” media scrutiny, especially back home in Italy. Ferrari continue to find new ways to make the wrong headlines during the 2020 season
Renault’s protest against Racing Point after the Styrian Grand Prix came as no surprise given how unhappy teams have been since the RP20 first emerged in Formula 1 pre-season testing. ADAM COOPER explains why it believes it has a case
The Red Bull Formula 1 team says it is struggling to understand the cause of Alex Albon’s pace drop off over longer stints, after his disappointing Styrian Grand Prix
The Racing Point Formula 1 team has called Renault’s protest of its brake ducts after the Styrian Grand Prix “misconceived and poorly informed”, and has rejected any suggestion of wrongdoing
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has called for more action from the nine other Formula 1 teams in their anti-racism messaging, saying they must “hold themselves accountable”
Lewis Hamilton believes he “got everything and more” out of his Mercedes W11 this weekend on his way to winning the Styrian Grand Prix in dominant fashion
Racing Point’s Lance Stroll believes his team “debatably” has the second fastest Formula 1 car after its Styrian Grand Prix performance, while Renault has launched a protest against the team
Renault has lodged a protest against F1 rival Racing Point following the Styrian Grand Prix.
Lance Stroll says the pace he and team-mate Sergio Perez showed in the Styrian Grand Prix puts Racing Point ahead of its midfield rivals in the Formula 1 pecking order.
Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff says his team made a “solid step forward” to avoid a repeat of its gearbox-related issues during Sunday’s Styrian GP.
A comfortable win for Lewis Hamilton in the 2020 Styrian Grand Prix was a huge relief for the reigning world champion, who had suffered a torrid time of it last week in the first of the double-header races at the
Styrian GP winner Lewis Hamilton says he is “over the moon” to have claimed a rare F1 victory at the Red Bull Ring.
Lando Norris saves his best until last again to move from P8 to P5 in the final 2 laps in Austria to clinch an unexpected top five finish for McLaren
Max Verstappen admits Red Bull has a lot of work to do if it is to challenge Mercedes on raw pace in the remainder of the 2020 Formula 1 season.
Max Verstappen was happy to bounce back with a podium finish in the Styrian Grand Prix after his retirement last weekend, but the Red Bull driver admits his RB16 is still too slow to challenge Mercedes’ Black Arrow. The Dutchman
Valtteri Bottas has called his second-place finish in the Styrian GP “damage limitation” after maintaining his lead in the 2020 F1 world championship.
George Russell starts a career-best 11th but an off early on drops him to the back of the field in Austria… though he thinks he’d have ended up there anyway
Charles Leclerc says sorry for the clash that consigned himself and Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel to a DNF by lap two in the Styrian Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton secured a comfortable win in the 2020 Styrian Grand Prix, with his team mate Valtteri Bottas overcoming Max Verstappen in the closing laps to make it a Mercedes 1-2. Verstappen’s Red Bull team mate Alexander Albon picked up
Reigning F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton claimed a comfortable first victory of the delayed 2020 season in the Styrian GP, as the Ferrari drivers collided.
Full race results from the Styrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring, Spielberg, round 2 of the 2020 Formula 1 season. 2020 Styrian Grand Prix – Race results Pos Driver Team Gap Stops 1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 71 laps
Any hopes the Ferrari drivers had of improving on their disappointing qualifying performance were dashed as soon as the third corner on the opening lap of Sunday’s Styrian Grand Prix. A slow start for Sebastian Vettel saw the German drift
Toto Wolff rejoiced in watching Lewis Hamilton’s skillful performance in qualifying’s wet session, but the Mercedes boss also took note of the the outstanding work done by a few young drivers in less efficient cars. Hamilton sparred with Red Bull’s
Antonio Giovinazzi will make up the rear at the start of Sunday’s Styrian Grand Prix following a gearbox change on his Alfa Romeo C39. Giovinazzi spun at the Red Bull Ring’s final corner in the early stages of Saturday’s wet
Scuderia boss Mattia Binotto acknowledged that his outfit’s current performance level is unworthy of a team “by the name of Ferrari”. For the second consecutive weekend, the Italian outfit failed to put both its cars into the top-ten in qualifying,
Sainz qualified a superb third in the wet session at the Red Bull Ring, while his teammate Lando Norris will start sixth despite physical issues.In last weekend’s race Norris started and finished third, both times benefiting from a penalty for
The Frenchman was classified 20th in qualifying after an issue in Q1 meant he was unable to set a lap time. But having taken to the track, he had officially participated in qualifying. However due to what appears to have been
After fast-tracking some of the updates planned for Hungary to the second race at Red Bull Ring, Ferrari remained stuck in the midfield through qualifying for the Styrian Grand Prix.Sebastian Vettel led its charge in 10th place, while teammate Charles
The Italian went off the road entering the final corner in Q1 and tapped the barrier, and he ended the session in 19th and last of the drivers who set a time, ahead of only Romain Grosjean.Given the possible consequences
Charles Leclerc received a letter from the FIA after he was pictured on social media in Monaco in the days between the two races at the Red Bull Ring.During the Austrian GP weekend, Sebastian Vettel was cautioned after he was
Albon had to settle for seventh place, five positions and 0.582s behind teammate Max Verstappen, but was convinced that he should have qualified just behind the Dutchman.The British/Thai driver said that he was happier with the car this weekend, although
F1 had been braced to postpone qualifying until Sunday morning due to heavy rain and storms at the Red Bull Ring on Saturday, which forced final practice to be cancelled. The start of qualifying was delayed for 45 minutes before
After the success of the Austrian GP, F1 is making its second visit to the Spielberg-based venue this weekend, using the exact same track configuration.Lewis Hamilton will start the Styrian GP from pole position after topping a wet qualifying session
Qualifying took place in wet conditions after a 46-minute delay to allow the weather conditions to improve.In the top-10 shootout, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen set the early pace before Hamilton beat him by three tenths of a second, a time that
After the final practice session washout, fears grew within the paddock that qualifying could be called off on Saturday afternoon as the forecasted storm delivered torrential rain which soaked the Austrian circuit. But after a 45-minute delay from its scheduled
Charles Leclerc’s Styrian Grand Prix will be even more challenging than anticipated following the stewards’ decision to demote the Ferrari driver three spots on Sunday’s grid. The stewards’ bone of contention with the Monegasque who qualified P11 was the latter’s
Esteban Ocon was looking on top form on Saturday in qualifying for the Styrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria. Having been forced off the grid for a season in 2019, Ocon made his return to