Hamilton takes pole position for the Hungarian Grand Prix
It's an all-Mercedes front row with Lewis Hamilton, for the 101st time in his career, but for only the third time this season, taking pole position.
Valtteri Bottas second, Max Verstappen third, Sergio Perez fourth.
For the 8th time, Lewis Hamilton is the British Grand Prix winner.
He was involved in an incident with Max Verstappen, who was sent out of the race.
Hamilton got a 10-second penalty, but chased down leader Charles Leclerc.
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Verstappen wins sprint qualifying; starts on pole for British GP
It's Max Verstappen one,
Lewis Hamilton two
Valtteri Bottas third.
Three points, two points, one
For what it's worth, Max Verstappen is the quickest, just as he was in the first practice session.
However, he only starts sprint qualifying later on in second.
FP2 TOP 10
Top 10 in first practice
1)Max Verstappen 1:27.745 (Red Bull, last tyres softs)
2)Lando Norris +0.779 (McLaren, mediums)
3)Lewis Hamilton +0.780 (Mercedes, softs)
4)Charles Leclerc +0.793 (Ferrari, softs)
5)Valtteri Bottas +0.862 (Mercedes, mediums)
6)Carlos Sainz +0.888 (Ferrari, hards)
7)Sebastian Vettel +1.027 (Aston Martin, softs)
8)Sergio Perez +1.128 (Red Bull, hards)
9)Daniel Ricciardo +1.176 (McLaren, mediums)
10)Esteban Ocon +1.38 (Alpine, softs)
The F1 sprint race explained
F1 Sprint will be a race run over 100km (in Silverstone's case, 17 laps) and lasting around 25-30 minutes. It is designed to provide a short and fast-paced racing spectacle with drivers racing flat-out from start to finish without the need to pit.
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Famous turns at Silverstone racetrack and their names beginning at start
Formula One has launched its vision of what the next generation of race cars will look like.
In an event at the Silverstone circuit ahead of Sunday's British Grand Prix, F1 took the covers off a concept car based around a new set of regulations being introduced next year.
Some details of the actual cars being designed by the teams for next year may look different
Need some fast facts about the British Grand Prix? Scuderia AlphaTauri got you covered!
At the select rounds where sprint qualifying is used, the weekend format will be as follows:
First practice (60 mins)
Friday qualifying (60 mins - Q1, Q2, Q3 format)
Second practice (60 mins)
The sprint (100km race)
Grand Prix (305km race)
The Australian Grand Prix has been called off for the second year in a row because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Australian round of the MotoGP world championship, scheduled for 24 October, has also been cancelled.
The Formula 1 event was due to take place from 19-21 November but has been abandoned because of tight border controls in Australia.
Max Verstappen wins the Austrian Grand Prix!
The Dutchman is bathed in an orange glow as the Dutch fans go wild.
Verstappen is the king of the triple header.
Formula 1 BWT Grosser Preis Von Österreich 2021
Top 10 at finishline are:
Max Verstappen takes his third pole position in a row!
1. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
2. Lando Norris (McLaren)
3. Sergio Perez (Red Bull)
4. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
5. V. Bottas (Mercedes)
Out in Q2
11. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari)
12. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)
13. Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren)
14. Fernando Alonso (Alpine)
15. Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo)
Out in Q1
16. Kimi Raikkonen (Alfa Romeo)
17. Esteban Ocon (Alpine)
18. Nicholas Latifi (Williams)
19. Mick Schumacher (Haas)
20 Nikita Mazepin (Haas)
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FP3 sets up an intriguing qualifying session but it seems that Verstappen has the upper hand. Can Hamilton challenge him for pole position when the session
FP III - Another third practice in the bag for Max Verstappen. The Red Bull is fastest, once again, with a time of 1:04.591.
Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas comes home second quickest with a 1:05.129, next it's team-mate Lewis Hamilton in third, 0.686 seconds away from Verstappen.
Alpha Tauri's Pierre Gasly finishes the session in fourth, while Antonio Giovinazzi ends a great practice run for Alfa Romeo in fifth.
Quickest in every sector means quickest by the end of the session for Max Verstappen.
The Dutchman tops the board once again in a Red Bull Ring practice session with a 1:05.143.
Despite both Ferraris struggling with the red car this morning, Charles Leclerc finishes second, with Carlos Sainz coming home third.
Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas and Yuki Tsunoda in the Alpha Tauri make up the top five.
Formula 1 Grosser Preis von Österreich 2021
(Times are in MST time zone)
2. July 2021 free practice 1 03:30hr - 04:30hr
2.July 2021 free practice 2 07:00hr - 08:00hr
3. July 2021 free practice 3 07:00hr - 08:00hr
3. July 2021 Qualifying 07:00hr - 08:00hr
4. July 2021 race 07:00hr - 09:00hr
Max Verstappen wins the Styrian F1 Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver was dominant from start to finish and takes the chequered flag in style, slowing down to cross the line and lap up the applause.
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