Three drivers were told to let their team mates overtake them during the Styrian Grand Prix – but two of them took quite a bit of convincing.
Mercedes is still working to understand the exact cause of the gearbox problem which struck both cars during the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz Jnr and Lewis Hamilton were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the Styrian Grand Prix. Here’s why.
Lewis Hamilton says Formula 1’s new socially-distanced podium ceremony felt “weird” – particularly the appearance of the ‘trophy robots’.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner explained why the team chose not to change Max Verstappen’s damaged front wing during the Styrian Grand Prix.
Having stumbled twice in the season-opener at the Red Bull Ring last week, Lewis Hamilton made amends in part two of F1’s unprecedented ‘double-header’.
Team radio messages show Charles Leclerc tried to continue racing despite losing 100 points of downforce after colliding with Sebastian Vettel on the first lap of the Styrian Grand Prix.
George Russell said Williams must work on their race pace after being ‘particularly slow for two weeks in a row’ in Austria.
Ferrari are only fifth in the constructors’ championship after the first two races. Will they be able to climb back up? A look at the Styrian Grand Prix stats.
Racing Point has responded to Renault’s protest against its cars following the Styrian Grand Prix, calling it “misconceived and poorly informed”.
Who was the best driver during the 2020 Styrian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Cyril Abiteboul described Renault’s reliability problems as “not acceptable” after the team suffered the same cooling failure in two consecutive races.
Should Charles Leclerc have been penalised for crashing into Sebastian Vettel? Or do collisions between team mates not deserve penalties?
Why did Max Verstappen fail to beat Carlos Sainz Jnr to fastest lap of the race? And how quick were Racing Point? Take a close look with our interactive data.
Lewis Hamilton says Ferrari and other Formula 1 teams must “hold themselves accountable” to improve diversity within their teams.
Mercedes have been requested to supply parts from their 2019 Formula 1 car in relation to Renault’s protest against Racing Point.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner was surprised to see Racing Point’s Sergio Perez lapping quicker than a Mercedes during the Styrian Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez admitted he was too hasty with his attempted pass on Alexander Albon at the end of the Styrian Grand Prix, which led to contact between the two.
Charles Leclerc said he is “completely guilty” for the first-lap collision which took him and Ferrari team mate Sebastian Vettel out of the Styrian Grand Prix.
Lance Stroll has been cleared following an investigation into his overtaking move on Daniel Ricciardo, which led to both drivers leaving the circuit.