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After Austria
Championship Standings:

Drivers' Standings
1 Lewis Hamilton 197
2 Valtteri Bottas 166
3 Max Verstappen 126
4 Sebastian Vettel 123
5 Charles Leclerc 105
6 Pierre Gasly 43
7 Carlos Sainz Jr. 30
8 Lando Norris 22
9 Kimi Raikkonen 21
10 Daniel Ricciardo 16
11 Nico Hulkenberg 16
12 Kevin Magnussen 14
13 Sergio Perez 13
14 Daniil Kvyat 10
15 Alexander Albon 7
16 Lance Stroll 6
17 Romain Grosjean 2
18 Antonio Giovinazzi 1
19 George Russell 0
20 Robert Kubica 0

Constructors' Standings
1 Mercedes 363
2 Ferrari 228
3 Red Bull 169
4 McLaren 52
5 Renault 32
6 Alfa Romeo 22
7 Racing Point 19
8 Toro Rosso 17
9 Haas 16
10 Williams 0

Latest F1 News and Commentary

Hamilton leads Mercedes 1-2 in British GP
  Leclerc gets Gasly for final podium position
To the delight of the British crowd, Lewis Hamilton took the lead when Valtteri Bottas got stuck behind a the pace car and slowly stretched his lead over his Mercedes teammate to win the British GP for the 6th time. Ferrari's Charles Leclerc had his hands full to hold off Pierre Gasly for the final podium position while Max Verstappen rounded out the top-5 after being spun out by a late braking Sebastian Vettel.
British GP Saturday Press Conference
1 - Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes
2 - Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
3 - Charles Leclerc, Ferrari
Mercedes F1 locks out front row for British GP
  Bottas beats Hamilton
Valtteri Bottas nipped his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton by just 0.006s (car is 99%) to win the pole for the British GP at Silverstone and lockout the front row. Charles Leclerc came close in third for Ferrari while Max Verstappen (Red Bull), Pierre Gasly (Red Bull) and Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) rounded out the top-5
British GP Friday Press Conference
  Team Reps
Toyoharu TANABE (Honda)
Christian HORNER (Red Bull Racing)
Claire WILLIAMS (Williams)
Zak BROWN (McLaren)
Marcin BUDKOWSKI (Renault)
British GP Thursday Press Conference
  From Silverstone
Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes),
George RUSSELL (Williams)
Lando NORRIS (McLaren)
Daniel RICCIARDO (Renault)
Antonio GIOVINAZZI (Alfa Romeo)
The Sir Frank Williams story
  50 Years as a Formula One Team Principal
Sir Frank Williams, owner and co-founder of Williams Grand Prix Engineering, this year celebrates a record 50 years as a Formula One Team Principal. During this weekend’s British Grand Prix, scene of his and the team’s maiden victory 40 years ago, ROKiT Williams Racing will mark Frank’s achievements at Silverstone while Sky Sports F1 will screen a documentary on Saturday telling the story of a remarkable career so far.
Scenes from the Austrian GP Sunday
  by Federico Basile
Max Verstappen lived up to his billing as a Formula 1 star as he overtook Sebastian Vettel, Valtteri Bottas and Charles Leclerc in the final 20 laps of the Austrian GP to win Red Bull’s home race. Federico Basile was onsite and captured these 98 photos for your viewing pleasure.
Austrian GP Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 finishers
1 - Max VERSTAPPEN (Red Bull Racing)
2 - Charles LECLERC (Ferrari)
3 - Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes)
Verstappen outduels Leclerc to win Austrian GP
  First Honda win in new era, but result under review

Max Verstappen came back from a disastrous start that saw him drop from 2nd on the grid to 8th, to drive back through the field and pass Ferrari's Charles Leclerc with 3 laps to go to win the Austrian Grand Prix for the 2nd year in a row. The race result was under review because Verstappen forced Leclerc off track to make the pass and the two cars touched. Valtteri Bottas barely held on to finish third by holding off a charging Sebastian Vettel in the 2nd Ferrari after the Ferrari disposed of Lewis Hamilton the lap before.  Both Mercedes were suffering from overheating on a day when the temperatures were in the 90s.

Austrian GP Saturday Press Conference
  Top-3 Qualifiers
1 - Charles LECLERC (Ferrari)
2 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
3 - Max VERSTAPPEN (Red Bull Racing)
Scenes from Austria - Saturday
  by Federico Basile
Charles Leclerc gave Ferrari something to cheer about at the Red Bull Ring, with the Monegasque driver claiming his second career pole after a dominant qualifying display – although the Scuderia’s pleasure was kept in check by a mechanical issue that saw Sebastian Vettel fail to set a time in Q3. Check out all of our photos from Spielberg Saturday
Leclerc beats Hamilton for pole as Vettel's Ferrari breaks
  Austrian Grand Prix
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc put his #16 Ferrari on pole for the Austrian Grand Prix with a new record lap of 1m03.003s at the Red Bull Ring. Lewis Hamilton will start 2nd barring any penalty from the Stewards for blocking Kimi Raikkonen in Q1. Max Verstappen will start 3rd for Red Bull ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Kevin Magnussen. Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari was 2nd quick in Q2 but an engine pneumatic issue emerged on his #5 car, forcing the German to miss the final stage of qualifying. He will start the race from P9 on the grid, spoiling an almost certain all-Ferrari front row.
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