Interactive data from the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix: Examine the drivers’ lap times, positions and gaps throughout the race and pit stop data.
Lando Norris, Charles Leclerc and Valtteri Bottas were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the Austrian Grand Prix – here’s why.
Who was the best F1 driver during the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Valtteri Bottas overcame race-long problems in his Mercedes to start 2020 with a belated victory, as Formula 1 held a successful first ‘closed’ grand prix.
Lewis Hamilton was the only driver to be given penalty points during the Austrian Grand Prix, and now has more than any of his rivals.
Valtteri Bottas leads the drivers’ championship standings after round one, while Mercedes head McLaren in the teams’ points.
Valtteri Bottas won the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix for Mercedes ahead of Charles Leclerc and Lando Norris.
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The 2020 Austrian Grand Prix in pictures.
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Ferrari had the quickest car on the straights in Austria last year, but are slowest this year, and hoping hotter conditions on Sunday will favour them.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix.
Ferrari, Haas and Alfa Romeo are all significantly slower at the Red Bull Ring than they were 12 months ago, losing 0.6-1.1 seconds in lap time.
Valtteri Bottas beat Lewis Hamilton to pole position for the Austrian GP despite spinning on his final run.
Valtteri Bottas will start the Austrian Grand Prix from pole position alongside team mate Lewis Hamilton.
Follow the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix qualifying session on RaceFans Live.
Mercedes notched up a third consecutive one-two in the three practice sessions ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix, led once again by Lewis Hamilton, though Red Bull closed the gap.
Follow the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix third practice session on RaceFans Live.
Everything went well for Mercedes on Friday – on the track, at least – while Charles Leclerc admitted Ferrari’s day was “even worse than what we expected”.