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Traffic and track limits were the two big challenges for drivers during qualifying in Austria as the team radio chatter reveals.
The qualifying success of Felipe Massa and Williams proved very popular among media, fans and drivers. See the reaction in Saturday’s Twitter round-up.
A surprising qualifying session has set up two fascinating storylines for the Austrian Grand Prix.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the Austrian Grand Prix.
Half of the F1 field had at least one of their lap times deleted for running too wide at turn eight during qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix.
Felipe Massa says he hopes his pole position for the Austrian Grand Prix is a sign Williams can be more competitive from now on.
Lewis Hamilton said he didn’t know why he spun off at turn two during his final flying lap in qualifying.
Felipe Massa ended his six-year pole position drought as Williams inflicted a surprise defeat on Mercedes in qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix.
Williams locked out the front row of the grid for the Austrian Grand Prix, with Felipe Massa on pole position.
F1 drivers have been warned the stewards will take a “zero tolerance” approach to anyone running beyond the limits of turn eight during qualifying.
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Valtteri Bottas emerged on top of a very close final practice session ahead of qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix.
Follow the 2014 Austrian Grand Prix third practice session on F1 Fanatic Live.
Here are the Twitter highlights from Friday at the Red Bull Ring.
Turn eight is a particular concern for drivers at the Red Bull Ring and some have been warned about running wide and cutting the pit lane entry line.
The stewards have penalised Toro Rosso after the team fell foul of one of the new regulations introduced for the 2014 season.
Pictures from the first day of practice for the Austrian Grand Prix.
Force India and Sergio Perez have failed in their attempt to get the driver’s five-place grid penalty for this weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix overturned.
F1’s planned rules changes for 2015 don’t go far enough to address the long-standing problem of how to reduce costs, according to Sauber’s Monisha Kaltenborn.