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Max Verstappen enjoyed the “easy cruise win” in the Austrian Grand Prix that Lewis Hamilton had predicted, extending his World Championship lead to 32 points.
Check out the grid for the Austrian Grand Prix as Formula 1 concludes its double-header at the Red Bull Ring.
The show goes on at the Red Bull Ring as we complete the second part of the Austrian double-header. Here’s all you need to know…
Max Verstappen took pole position for the Austrian Grand Prix, less than half a tenth ahead of Lando Norris – who earned his first ever front-row start in Formula 1.
Max Verstappen was in dominant form in FP3 for the Austrian Grand Prix, going 0.538s faster than Valtteri Bottas in P2 as he showed his hand ahead of qualifying.
Mercedes hit back in second practice ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix, with Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas combining for a 1-2 finish
Fresh from his Styrian Grand Prix win, Max Verstappen was once again back on top as the second part of the double-header got underway in Austria.
All eyes are on Austria once again as Formula 1 returns to the Red Bull Ring, and World Championship leader Max Verstappen will be looking for his third race win in a row.
Valtteri Bottas led from start to finish, kicking off the 2020 season with victory in a dramatic Austrian Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton’s second penalty of the day handed Lando Norris his first F1 podium.