Austrian GP (2016)
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Pirelli has not ruled out kerb damage as the cause of Sebastian Vettel's Austrian GP tyre blowout, but admits it will never know what external factor was ultimately to blame.
Giorgio Piola and Matt Somerfield look at the updates ran by McLaren, Williams and Manor during the Austrian Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo is at a loss to explain why he couldn't match the pace of teammate Max Verstappen in the Austrian Grand Prix last weekend.
Pirelli has concluded that Sebastian Vettel's tyre failure in the Austrian Grand Prix was caused by debris.
Sergio Perez says he felt “sad” for his Force India team after a brake failure cost him a possible seventh-place finish in Austria.
While the stewards concluded that Nico Rosberg was at fault for the collision with teammate Lewis Hamilton on the last lap of the Austrian Grand Prix, opinions among fans remain divided about who was to blame for the crash.
Yet another on-track clash between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg has left Mercedes in a Zugzwang. Don’t know what that is? Jonathan Noble explains.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says he is not interested in apportioning blame for the last-lap collision between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg at the Austrian Grand Prix, as he says he is simply 'fed up' that they have done it again.
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene insists his team did not get its tyre strategy wrong at the Austrian Grand Prix, despite Sebastian Vettel's blow-out and Kimi Raikkonen getting beaten by Max Verstappen.
What started as two clearly different strategies resulted in Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg fighting over the same bit of tarmac on the very last lap of the race. How did it get to that point? Adam Cooper takes an in-depth look.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg collided again in the Austrian Grand Prix – can they continue to be teammates if this keeps occurring? Charles Bradley investigates.
Two-stop strategy results in victory for Lewis Hamilton after an action-packed race in Austria.
Max Verstappen: "We are working hard for this season and picking up podiums so it’s definitely positive looking at 2017"
Eric Boullier: “Hugely encouraged by our improvement”
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team will decide over the next days whether it imposes team orders following the latest crash between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg in the Austrian Grand Prix.
Austrian Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton believes his last-lap collision with teammate Nico Rosberg was not "controversial", and that he himself was entirely blameless.
Mercedes motorsport chief Toto Wolff has labelled the collision between teammates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg that decided the Austrian Grand Prix as “brainless”.
Lewis Hamilton survived a last-lap collision with Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg to grab victory in the Austrian Grand Prix.
Jenson Button says simply removing kerbs is not the answer for Formula 1 to sort out the long-running saga surrounding track limits.
McLaren says that the mistake in putting Fernando Alonso on to old tyres at the start of Q2 at the Austrian Grand Prix was down to a communication error.
Pirelli believes that the real impact of the change in tyre pressure checks that came into force at the Austrian Grand Prix will only be seen in the first stint of the race if it remains dry.
Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley says that the team shouldn't get too excited about Nico Hulkenberg's second starting spot in Austria – but insists that it now has to make the most of the opportunity.
Nico Rosberg: "The five place grid penalty will be costly as Lewis will start from the front tomorrow and it will be tough to fight through the other cars."
Carlos Sainz: "For sure we could’ve qualified higher today and I’m disappointed with the result.
The FIA is not planning to make any changes to the kerbs at the Red Bull Ring on safety grounds, despite Mercedes team chief Toto Wolff calling for a “reaction” from the governing body.
Nico Hülkenberg: It was just a super effort from the whole team and it puts us in a great position for the race.
Max Verstappen says fan criticisms that Formula 1 drivers should just be staying away from kerbs are unfair, and they would not be saying such things if they understood what it was like to drive the cars.
Esteban Gutierrez has revealed that he needed a hospital visit in Mexico last week to get to the bottom of the virus that has dogged him for the past month.
Max Verstappen: "Not many people agreed with me yesterday but I think they could find out for themselves."
Vettel two places ahead of Raikkonen in qualifying
Q3 began wet but dried through the session to allow drivers to switch to dry tyres with five minutes to go
Felipe Nasr: "Starting from the back of the field we have to try something different."
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo has spoken out in favour of the severe kerbs that have been deployed around the Red Bull Ring to enforce track limits for the Austrian Grand Prix weekend.
Kevin Magnussen and Jolyon Palmer have qualified a mere 0.024secs apart for tomorrow’s Austrian Grand Prix.