• Norris celebrates 'best race in F1' after stunning finish

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    Following the highs of last week's race and his maiden Formula 1 podium was always going to be challenge for Lando Norris, and heading into the Styrian Grand Prix it didn't look like things were going his way.
    Norris incurred a three place grid penalty for overtaking under yellow flags in Friday's practice session, which meant that instead of starting from sixth place on the grid today he was bumped down to ninth instead.
    And the 20-year-old was also in pain after picking up an unspecified injury which meant he was 'drugged up' on painkillers.
    Perhaps that accounts for a sluggish start to...
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  • Bottas relieved by success of 'damage limitation'

    Bottas relieved by success of 'damage limitation'

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    After last week's comprehensive victory in the Austrian Grand Prix, Valtteri Bottas found himself on the back foot this weekend when F1 returned to the Red Bull Ring for the Styrian GP.
    After a brake issue left him stuck in fourth place at the end of a wet qualifying on Saturday, Bottas went into Sunday's race knowing that it was all about damage limitation.
    “Obviously Lewis started from the pole and had a good start,” Bottas told Sky Sports after the race. “He could really control the race and there was not as much happening as last weekend.
    Hamilton cruises to Styrian GP win after...
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  • Hamilton bounces back from 'psychological challenges'

    Hamilton bounces back from 'psychological challenges'

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    A comfortable win for Lewis Hamilton in the 2020 Styrian Grand Prix was a huge relief for the reigning world champion, who had suffered a torrid time of it last week in the first of the double-header races at the Red Bull Ring.
    Asked how he had turned around his fortunes in just seven days, Hamilton admitted that it had been "with great difficulty."
    "Last weekend definitely was psychologically challenging," he told Sky Sports after the end of Sunday's race. "But when there is a will there is a way!"
    Hamilton cruises to Styrian GP win after Ferrari disaster
    "difficult weekend last weekend...
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  • Binotto on Ferrari drivers' clash: 'Not a time to accuse'

    Binotto on Ferrari drivers' clash: 'Not a time to accuse'

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    Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto refused to apportion blame after Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel came together on the opening lap of the Styrian Grand Prix and destroyed their race.
    An over-optimistic move by Leclerc on his teammate at Spielberg's Turn 9 spelled disaster for the Italian outfit as both drivers retired and crushed Ferrari's plan to race for a decent points haul in the 71-lap event.
    Leclerc was quick to blame himself for the ill-inspired maneuver, but Binotto publicly refrained from singling out the Monegasque.
    Ferrari drivers clash into retirement in Styrian GP!
    "I don't...
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  • Verstappen: 'We're just too slow - more work needed'

    Verstappen: 'We're just too slow - more work needed'

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    Max Verstappen was happy to bounce back with a podium finish in the Styrian Grand Prix after his retirement last weekend, but the Red Bull driver admits his RB16 is still too slow to challenge Mercedes' Black Arrow.
    The Dutchman was outpaced by Lewis Hamilton in qualifying and succumbed to both Mercedes drivers in today's race after incurring damage to his front wing late in the 71-lap event.
    Hamilton cruises to Styrian GP win after Ferrari disaster
    "I was just pushing as hard as I could to stay with them, but clearly it is still not good enough," Verstappen said.
    "I did what I could when...
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  • Hamilton cruises to Styrian GP win after Ferrari disaster

    Hamilton cruises to Styrian GP win after Ferrari disaster

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    Lewis Hamilton secured a comfortable win in the 2020 Styrian Grand Prix, with his team mate Valtteri Bottas overcoming Max Verstappen in the closing laps to make it a Mercedes 1-2.
    Verstappen's Red Bull team mate Alexander Albon picked up fourth place ahead of McLaren's Lando Norris who for the second week in succession pulled off a sensational final two laps to finish ahead of Racing Point pair Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll.
    But it was a disastrous afternoon for Ferrari, with the team's two drivers Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc clashing on the first lap sending both cars into...
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  • 2020 Styrian Grand Prix - Race results

    2020 Styrian Grand Prix - Race results

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    Full race results from the Styrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring, Spielberg, round 2 of the 2020 Formula 1 season.
    2020 Styrian Grand Prix - Race results
    Pos
    Driver
    Team
    Gap
    Stops 1
    Lewis Hamilton
    Mercedes 71 laps - 1:22:50.683s 1
    2
    Valtteri Bottas
    Mercedes
    + 13.719s 1
    3
    Max Verstappen
    Red Bull
    + 33.698s 1
    4
    Alexander Albon
    Red Bull
    + 44.400s 1
    5
    Lando Norris
    McLaren
    + 61.470s 1
    6
    Sergio Pérez
    Racing Point
    + 62.387s 1
    7
    Lance Stroll
    Racing Point
    + 62.453s 1
    8
    Daniel Ricciardo
    Renault
    + 62.591s 1
    9
    Carlos Sainz
    McLaren
    + 1 lap 1
    10
    Daniil Kvyat
    AlphaTauri
    + 1 lap 1
    11
    Kimi Räikkönen
    Alfa...
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