Lewis Hamilton stormed to a 85th Formula One victory in a thrilling 2020 Styrian Grand Prix from Valtteri Bottas as Mercedes recorded their first one-two finish of season.
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton took pole for the 2020 Styrian Grand Prix following a dramatic wet qualifying session, following the cancellation of FP3.
Less than six days since Valtteri Bottas won the Austrian Grand Prix, Formula One returned to the Red Bull Ring for the newly named Styrian Grand Prix weekend.
Bournemouth welcomes Leicester City to the Vitaly Stadium to bring the curtain down on a Super Sunday quadruple header.
Renault have announced that two-time world champion, Fernando Alonso will return to the team and Formula One in 2021.
Formula One have announced that ORF and ServusTV will share joint free-to-air broadcasting rights in Austria from 2021.
Valtteri Bottas led from lights to flag as he took victory in a dramatic season opening 2020 Austrian Grand Prix, which saw just 11 drivers finish the race after a series of incidents.
Mercedes enjoyed a dominant Saturday as Formula One’s 2020 season opener continued to throw up plenty of drama of the first Saturday of this new campaign.
Formula One begun their 2020 season in style as Mercedes dominated Friday Practice, whilst several teams jostled for positions as teams begun to understand their 2020 cars in earnest.
Coronavirus will forever be an historical event that is talked about for decades to come, especially in motorsport as Formula One, Two and Three prepare to finally launch their 2020 seasons post lockdown.
As Formula One finally prepares to commence the 2020 season at the Red Bull Ring, Austria, let rewind to the 2002 Austrian Grand Prix which certainly had plenty of thrills and a controversial finish.
After the aborted Australian Grand Prix weekend 105 days ago as of Friday, Formula One looks to finally get their 2020 season underway with the Austrian Grand Prix ahead of the Styrian GP next weekend.
Mercedes have unveiled a new livery in support for the Black Lives Matter movement, which will be run throughout the 2020 season.
As Formula One moves closer towards the start of the new 2020 season next weekend in Austria, we round up the best of the week’s stories.