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Kimi Raikkonen made a dramatic start to the Austrian GP, sticking his Ferrari’s nose between the two Mercedes as he muscled his way to second place.
Max Verstappen concedes sometimes you go through difficult moments but you “overcome the situation” and that’s what he did in Austria on Sunday.
Christian Horner has described winning Red Bull’s home grand prix as a “dream result”, with Max Verstappen taking victory in Austria.
Sebastian Vettel says his Sunday afternoon in Austria was “damage limitation” and he did that rather well as he’s leaves the Red Bull Ring as the championship leader.
Lewis Hamilton had the race win in the bag in Austria, but a strategy mistake and then a technical issue ruined his afternoon at the Red Bull Ring.
Losing hydraulic pressure and second place in Austria, Valtteri Bottas said it happened “suddenly” without any warning.
Max Verstappen and Red Bull took advantage of a VSC for Valtteri Bottas’ retirement to win Sunday’s Austrian GP ahead of Kimi Raikkonen while Lewis Hamilton was a late retirement.
Kevin Magnussen believes that the Haas team finishing in P4 and P5 in Spielberg is “justice for Australia” after the team had a double retirement at Albert Park.
Mercedes insists they won’t play favourites in Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix with Valtteri Bottas given a fair shot at fighting for the race win.
In hindsight, Daniel Ricciardo says it was “miscommunication” that led to his rant about being stitched up in an unfair qualifying session.