Simon Pagenaud started last and won in Iowa, aided by an extended caution period following a huge crash involving Colton Herta and Rinus VeeKay.
Carlos Sainz Jnr and Lewis Hamilton were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the Styrian Grand Prix. Here’s why.
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Sebastian Vettel insisted he will not consider “running away” from Ferrari before the end of the season, despite the team’s poor start to its 2020 campaign.
George Russell said Williams must work on their race pace after being ‘particularly slow for two weeks in a row’ in Austria.
Felix Rosenqvist scored his first IndyCar win in Road America by denying Pato O’Ward his maiden triumph, thanks to a superbly-judged pass on the penultimate lap.
Sergio Perez admitted he was too hasty with his attempted pass on Alexander Albon at the end of the Styrian Grand Prix, which led to contact between the two.
Mercedes remain concerned about their car’s reliability ahead of the Styrian Grand Prix, while the speed trap figures indicate Charles Leclerc has trimmed his wings.
Charles Leclerc says he ran an “aggressive” dry weather set-up in yesterday’s wet qualifying session to maximise his chances in today’s Austrian Grand Prix.
Last week’s Austrian Grand Prix pole-winner Valtteri Bottas qualified 1.5 seconds slower than pole-winning team mate Lewis Hamilton due to glazed brakes on his Mercedes.
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Lando Norris, Charles Leclerc and Valtteri Bottas were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the Austrian Grand Prix – here’s why.
Daniel Ricciardo praised the the safety measures put in place by F1 and the FIA to allow the Austrian Grand Prix to go ahead.
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Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said his team’s cars were seven tenths of a second slower than Mercedes on the straights in qualifying at the Red Bull Ring.
Mercedes have criticised the five-second time penalty Lewis Hamilton was given for his collision with Alexander Albon during the Austrian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas admitted he was concerned his Mercedes wouldn’t last until the end of the race after being told to avoid using the cars.
Lewis Hamilton is more than halfway towards an automatic race ban after being given two penalty points for colliding with Alexander Albon.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff praised Red Bull’s handling of its protest against their dual-axis steering system on Friday.
Lando Norris said he was “shocked” to qualify fourth, the highest qualifying position of his career to date, and McLaren’s best starting position for four years.