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Michael Masi has rubbished claims of inconsistent with penalties, saying one cannot compare Sebastian Vettel’s Canadian antics to Max Verstappen’s in Austria.
Facing a back-of-the-grid start due to penalties, Carlos Sainz says he was “a bit rude” to McLaren in Austria but apologised prior to racing.
Robert Kubica’s shock Driver of the Day award in Austria was the result of a “technical problem” reports Formula One Management.
That incident between the Ferrari, Red Bull stars dominated post-race but it was a great weekend for Red Bull Honda and McLaren without Honda.
Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc show the future is bright on the grid, McLaren shine again while Renault and Haas hit trouble.
Readers reflect on one of the best races in recent times and, of course, that all-important race-winning pass from Max Verstappen.
No, we are not being sarcastic. Despite being lapped three times, Robert Kubica has been voted the Austrian Grand Prix Driver of the Day by fans.
Three hours after the chequered flag fell in Austria, Max Verstappen the declared the official winner after being cleared of any wrongdoing in a stewards’ investigation.
Out of luck and out of the points in Austria, Sergio Perez says he gave “everything” but it wasn’t enough.
Ferrari believe the stewards have got it wrong by taking no further action against Max Verstappen’s race-winning move, but won’t appeal.