Brake issues for both cars contributed to the collision on the final lap according to Toto Wolff
Lewis Hamilton wins the Austrian Grand Prix after a last lap collision with Nico Rosberg.
Rosberg made progress in the early phase of the race after pitting on lap ten to change onto the soft tyres, managing to jump ahead of Kimi Raikkonen and the Red Bulls and crucially team mate Hamilton, who had kept his ultrasoft tyres running for 21 laps. Sebastian Vettel tried to stretch the stint on … Continue reading Hamilton takes victory after last lap clash with Rosberg
Damage to the front wing forces a pit lane start for Felipe Massa
In the round-up: Unwell Gutierrez visited hospital after Baku • Mercedes want kerb changes • Hamilton wary of Rosberg
Three drivers have been penalised for failing to slow under yellow flag conditions in Q1, while Hulkenberg and Magnussen escape penalty.
An exceptional effort from the German driver, who starts P12 for the Austrian Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are enthusiastic about plans to restore part of the original Osterreichring layout which was used in the early years of the Austrian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton has joined calls for changes to kerbs at the Red Bull Ring following a spate of suspension failures during Saturday’s running.
Jenson Button was in a jubilant mood after setting the fifth fastest time in third qualifying, landing him a net third grid position for the race on Sunday.
Lewis Hamilton was fastest in a damp qualifying session, penalties for Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel means that Nico Hulkenberg will line up second, Jenson Button in third position.
A gearbox change following his accident incurs a 5 place penalty for the championship leader.
Sebastian Vettel edged his team mate at the top of the time sheets to set a new track record of 1’07.098 in the final practice session.
Williams have thrived at the Red Bull Ring in recent years but can they – or anyone else – keep Mercedes from another easy win?
Red Bull’s engine upgrade could make them a contender for victory this weekend and Ferrari are also bringing new bits for their motor. Who will lead the charge against Mercedes?
After one of the most dramatic races of recent times we head to Monte Carlo with plenty of intriguing storylines to follow. Here’s how the teams stack up for the Monaco Grand Prix.