The Austrian Grand Prix was the second win of the year for Valtteri Bottas and also the second time he’s topped our Driver of the Weekend poll.
If Baku gave us a soap opera the Red Bull Ring produced a more pure race, albeit one which failed to deliver much in terms of drama.
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Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2017 Austrian Grand Prix weekend.
Valtteri Bottas, Sebastian Vettel, Daniel Ricciardo and Romain Grosjean were F1 Fanatic’s Star Performers for the Austrian Grand Prix. Here’s why.
Sebastian Vettel wasn’t the only driver who was suspicious about how quickly Valtteri Bottas started. Here are the team radio highlights from Sunday’s race.
Sebastian Vettel has been the best qualifier of 2017 so far despite Ferrari usually having a slower car over a single lap than Mercedes.
Stunning reactions helped Valtteri Bottas beat Sebastian Vettel by six-tenths of a second in Austria, enhancing his credentials as a title contender.
As expected most drivers preferred a one-stop strategy for the Austrian Grand Prix, but there were some differences in the teams’ tactics.
Lewis Hamilton made modest progress from eighth on the grid but it was the Williams drivers who made the most ground during the Austrian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton broke the official race lap record for the Red Bull Ring during the Austrian Grand Prix by almost a full second.
Who was the best driver during the 2017 Austrian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Valtteri Bottas took his second victory in Formula One after a close finish in the Austrian Grand Prix and an investigation for a jump start.
Sebastian Vettel extended his championship points lead over Lewis Hamilton to 20 by finishing second in the Austrian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas won the Austrian Grand Prix ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo, while Lewis Hamilton recovered to finish fourth.
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The 2017 Austrian Grand Prix in pictures.
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Lewis Hamilton won’t get help from his team mate but starting on the super-soft tyres could give him a strategy advantage in the Austrian Grand Prix.
F1 saw its lowest pole position time since 1985 today. But Williams have failed to keep up with their rivals’ progress at the Red Bull Ring.