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Helmut Marko wasn’t mincing his words when he hit out at Sebastian Vettel for punting Max Verstappen off the British Grand Prix podium.
With the parameters of what is allowed defined in Austria, Charles Leclerc says his battles with Max Verstappen at Silverstone were “borderline” but “always in the rules”.
Sebastian Vettel says there was no time to react, however, Max Verstappen says the Ferrari driver should have realised he was “going to close the door” and backed off.
Max Verstappen is keen to move on from the Silverstone incident with Sebastian Vettel after the German apologised immediately after the race.
Lewis Hamilton made the most of a Safety Car to grab a record-breaking sixth British GP win as Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc created the highlights reel.
Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen’s partnership may not have ended on the best of terms but it seems all is well between the two judging by their post-qualifying banter.
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen believes turbo lag cost him an opportunity at pole position for the British Grand Prix.
SportPesa Racing Point driver Sergio Perez was “surprised” but also happy that Max Verstappen wasn’t penalised in Austria, adding that now needs to be the rule.
Max Verstappen has declared Friday’s practice for the British GP to be one of his “worst” but insists all is not lost for Red Bull Racing.
Max Verstappen has called for Red Bull to “step up” their performance in order for the team to continue to win races.
Max Verstappen is under contract for 2020, however, Christian Horner says they won’t hold him to a piece of paper, rather it is his “belief” in the project that will keep him at Red Bull.
Max Verstappen said he “can’t imagine” the Formula 1 season without Silverstone on the calendar.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner believes that his driver Max Verstappen is better than reigning World Champion Lewis Hamilton on current form.
With two 21-year-old drivers on the Austrian GP podium in Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc, F1 has a “brilliant future” according to sporting boss Ross Brawn.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto has quashed claims that they are eyeing up Red Bull’s Max Verstappen for 2020.
Although Nico Rosberg wants to see “great racing” and “less penalties” in F1, he believes the stewards got it wrong in deciding not to penalise Max Verstappen in Austria.
Max Verstappen is officially the Driver of the Day for the Austrian Grand Prix from a technical error initially saw Robert Kubica grab the honour.
Max Verstappen had Charles Leclerc “slam dunk and check mate” according to Christian Horner, who says it would have been “incomprehensible” had his driver lost the Austrian GP win.
Max Verstappen is confident there are no hard feelings between himself and Charles Leclerc, saying they were already “good” after the stewards’ meeting.
Two-time World Champion Mika Hakkinen believes the stewards investigation into Max Verstappen’s race-winning move in Austria was a ‘shame’.
Readers reflect on one of the best races in recent times and, of course, that all-important race-winning pass from Max Verstappen.
Arriving in Austria with all the talk being about an exit clause in his Red Bull deal, Max Verstappen says his first win of 2019 has quashed a “few doubts” about his future.
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.
Christian Horner has praised Max Verstappen’s overtaking move on Charles Leclerc, the one that handed the Red Bull driver the Austrian Grand Prix win.
Ferrari believe the stewards have got it wrong by taking no further action against Max Verstappen’s race-winning move, but won’t appeal.
Max Verstappen has retained his Austrian GP victory after the FIA stewards took no further action against his pass on Charles Leclerc.
Max Verstappen lived up to his billing as a Formula 1 star as he overtook Sebastian Vettel, Valtteri Bottas and Charles Leclerc in the final 20 laps of the Austrian GP to win Red Bull’s home race.
Charles Leclerc claims that Max Verstappen failed to leave him a car width during his overtake to win the Austrian Grand Prix.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner claims that the stewards would be “stealing from Formula 1” if they stripped Max Verstappen of the Austrian GP win.
Ferrari team principal, Mattia Binotto, believes Max Verstappen is guilty of causing a collision and forcing Charles Leclerc off track in Austria.