2016 Austrian Grand Prix race result

2016 Austrian Grand Prix

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Position Driver Team Time/gap/reason
1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1hr 23’56.678
2 Max Verstappen Red Bull – Tag Heuer +5.719
3 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari +6.024
4 Nico Rosberg Mercedes +16.710
5 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull – Tag Heuer +30.981
6 Jenson Button McLaren – Honda +37.706
7 Romain Grosjean Haas – Ferrari +44.668
8 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso – Ferrari +47.400
9 Valterri Bottas Williams – Mercedes + 1 lap
10 Pascal Wehrlein Manor – Mercedes + 1 lap
11 Esteban Gutierrez Haas – Ferrari + 1 lap
12 Jolyon Palmer Renault + 1 lap
13 Felipe Nasr Sauber – Ferrari + 1 lap
14 Kevin Magnussen Renault + 1 lap
15 Marcus Ericsson Sauber – Ferrari + 1 lap
16 Rio Haryanto Manor – Mercedes + 1 lap
17 Sergio Perez Force India – Mercedes + 2 laps
18 Fernando Alonso McLaren – Honda + 7 laps
19 Nico Hulkenberg Force India – Mercedes + 7 laps
20 Felipe Massa Williams – Mercedes + 8 laps

Not classified:

21 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari Crash
22 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso – Ferrari Power unit

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Chris Turner
Being pelted by rain on his first visit to an F1 race at the 1998 British Grand Prix wasn't enough to dim Chris's passion...

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15 comments on “2016 Austrian Grand Prix race result”

  1. I s Werthein 10th ?

    1. @tango Yes, he is. A point for Manor. He was also hustling Bottas the last few laps.

  2. 50% of the blame should go to Rosberg for that.

    And the other 50% of the blame should also go to Rosberg.

    1. Let’s see… several times Hamilton runs Rosberg off the track. No, not just Hamilton but it is the discussion we are having between the two.

      Now, Rosberg almost does the same thing and Hamilton literally turns into Rosberg. I recall people *expletive exists in my head* complain that Rosberg is too dangerous. Now the situation is reversed and… Rosberg is to blame for Hamilton’s actions?

      Wow. Just wow.

      1. Uzair Syed (@ultimateuzair)
        3rd July 2016, 15:04

        Not a fan of either driver but that was ultimately Rosberg’s fault. If you go on his onboard, he did not even make an attempt to turn for the corner until he hit Hamilton. Rosberg’s fault.

    2. Hm, I wouldn’t see it that clearly. Sure, Rosberg does clearly not make too much of an effort to give Hamilton room, his intent clearly seems to be to force Hamilton off track (maybe the brakes had an effect on how deep he went?). But on the other hand, Hamilton DID turn in onto Rosberg when he must have clearly seen Rosberg right next to him. He could have damaged his own car in the incident too.

      Being the team boss, I would be upset with both there for not giving enough room.

    3. Only because he didn’t hit Lewis hard enough.

  3. Rosberg has only himeself to blame in this clash, dirty play result in bad results, I really hope the stewards will blame for his dangerous driving.

    1. @ Suprised Lewis turned in : Come on Rosberg, man up and be honest.

  4. Rosberg just said on SKY that Lewis turned in………I’m calling my eye doctor and getting a check up because my eyes saw something different.

    1. Team Mercedes are in turmoil with team orders, they fined rosberg after spa 2014 which led to priority to hamilton, then they refused to fine Hamilton After Barcelona this year. Now at this race they cost themselves points. Hamilton obviously has a different written contract then rosberg, more about him then the team

      1. barcelona was both drivers fault

  5. You’ve written Bottas’ name wrong

  6. You have your final finishing time wrong I think. Every other website is reporting it as 1hr 27m 38.107. Your gaps are fine but you’re also missing the lap numbers :(

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