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2020 Styrian Grand Prix race result

2020 Styrian Grand Prix

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144Lewis HamiltonMercedes711hr 22m 50.683s
277Valtteri BottasMercedes7113.71913.719
333Max VerstappenRed Bull-Honda7133.69819.979
423Alexander AlbonRed Bull-Honda7144.40010.702
54Lando NorrisMcLaren-Renault7161.47017.070
611Sergio PerezRacing Point-Mercedes7162.3870.917
718Lance StrollRacing Point-Mercedes7162.4530.066
83Daniel RicciardoRenault7162.5910.138
955Carlos Sainz JnrMcLaren-Renault701 lap1 lap
1026Daniil KvyatAlphaTauri-Honda701 lap11.208
117Kimi RaikkonenAlfa Romeo-Ferrari701 lap7.868
1220Kevin MagnussenHaas-Ferrari701 lap0.271
138Romain GrosjeanHaas-Ferrari701 lap0.545
1499Antonio GiovinazziAlfa Romeo-Ferrari701 lap4.755
1510Pierre GaslyAlphaTauri-Honda701 lap14.797
1663George RussellWilliams-Mercedes692 laps1 lap
176Nicholas LatifiWilliams-Mercedes692 laps3.644
Not classified
31Esteban OconRenault2546 laps44 lapsCooling
16Charles LeclercFerrari467 laps21 lapsAccident
5Sebastian VettelFerrari170 laps3 lapsAccident

Fastest lap:

Carlos Sainz Jnr


The finishing positions of Racing Point drivers Sergio Perez (sixth) and Lance Stroll (seventh) are provisional following a protest by Renault.

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16 comments on “2020 Styrian Grand Prix race result”

  1. This was quite exciting on another scale.

  2. Chuck Norris!

    1. Pat Ruadh (@fullcoursecaution)
      12th July 2020, 15:43

      Chuck Calrissian he’s called in Motorsport Manager :)

    2. Lando Chuck Calrissian Norris aka McLaren Texas Ranger:)

  3. Albon’s pace, though.

    1. Pat Ruadh (@fullcoursecaution)
      12th July 2020, 15:44

      And Vettel talking to Dietrich Mateschitz before the race

    2. geoffgroom44 (@)
      12th July 2020, 16:20

      6th to 4th, a steady pace and steady race picks up 12 points. As for pace, well, we don’t know what his team instructions were, but when necessary under attack from Perez on the last 10 laps, the live timing screens were fascinating.Perez was acing S1, but Albon was making most of it back in s2 and s3 where Perez seemed unable to capitalise.As far as I recall,Perez never had a real opportunity to get past Albon. As I say, we don’t know what the team instructions were,but Albon gets my applause for a steady,points winning race.
      After last weekends disappointments for Red Bull, this weekend was a steady performance from both Max and Alex.
      (PS, I am an LH fan actually )

  4. Sudden, though probably useless, thing i notice….how often do you that many drivers finish directly before or after their teammates? 12 drivers, so 6 teams, end next to each other. 10/5 depending on how you look at Ferrari?

    1. I’m betting it has something to do with the back to back races at the same track. They race one weekend, get a ton of data, and the next weekend both cars and drivers are much closer to the maximum capability of the machinery.

  5. Not a single Ferrari power unit in the points ….. Oh Dear.

    A bit boring overall but with some spicy bits.

  6. Charles lecrash again.
    What a lousy teammate.

  7. Williams finished P16 and P17 …. :-O

  8. Hopefully that silences the Daily Mail readers who rejoiced at Hamilton’s “failure” last weekend …

    1. No chance. It’ll be a toss up between Bottas is useless, or Merc favouring Hamilton.

  9. Looks like Ferrari signed the wrong McLaren driver for next year! Albon was awful and needs to pick up some pace or he’s not going to last long.

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