Austrian GP (2019)
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Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says that the exciting Austrian Grand Prix should silence critics of modern Formula 1 after an uneventful race in France a week earlier created a negative reaction.
Mercedes has revealed the cooling problems that made its Austrian Grand Prix “painful” were a legacy of the fundamental design of its Formula 1 car being too “optimistic”.
The Mercedes winning streak came to an end in Formula 1's Austrian Grand Prix, but did it also highlight the W10's first weakness?
Formula 1 faced a penalty decision controversy for the third time in as many grands prix in Austria, but the Max Verstappen/Charles Leclerc incident had a different outcome.
The Formula 1 organisation has admitted that it got it wrong by announcing Robert Kubica as Driver of the Day in Austria.
Lando Norris says he knew he could take more risks than Lewis Hamilton when he went around the outside of the world champion at the first corner of the Austrian Grand Prix.
External pressure and the ‘greater good’ of Formula 1 did not influence the decision not to punish Max Verstappen in the Austrian Grand Prix, says FIA race director Michael Masi.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says it would have been "incomprehensible" for the FIA to have punished Max Verstappen for his clash with Charles Leclerc at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Mercedes Formula 1 driver Valtteri Bottas says a miscalculation contributed to the cooling issues the team faced in the Austrian GP being even more challenging than anticipated.
Carlos Sainz says his superb charge from the back of the grid at the Austrian Grand Prix to finish eighth came just hours after he apologised to his McLaren team for being so miserable and "rude" earlier in the weekend.
In the three hours between Max Verstappen crossing the line and stewards confirming him as the Austrian Grand Prix winner, the prospect of him being penalised was a very real one. That he wasn't, after a late-race scrap that hinted at the next big rivalry, made this a great day for Formula 1
Judging Max Verstappen’s Austrian Grand Prix-winning move on Charles Leclerc alongside recent controversial Formula 1 penalties like Sebastian Vettel’s in Canada has been dismissed as comparing “apples and oranges”.
Ferrari will not appeal the outcome of the Formula 1 stewards' investigation into Max Verstappen's Austrian Grand Prix-winning move, despite believing the "wrong decision" was made.
Charles Leclerc says Max Verstappen’s controversial move to win the Austrian Grand Prix is “not the way you overtake” after their wheel-to-wheel Formula 1 battle ended in contact.
Max Verstappen said drivers “have to stay at home” and there is no point “being in Formula 1” if his move on Charles Leclerc to win the Austrian Grand Prix gets punished.
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen passed Charles Leclerc in a thrilling finish to the Austrian Grand Prix to give Honda its first win since returning to Formula 1.