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2020 AUSTRIAN GRAND PRIX GRID

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2020 AUSTRIAN GRAND PRIX GRID

Valtteri Bottas will start the Austrian Grand Prix from pole position alongside team mate Lewis Hamilton.

Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas has affirmed his delight with the performance of the team after taking his third Austrian Grand Prix pole position this afternoon at the Red Bull Ring.

Bottas will start tomorrow’s race on pole alongside teammate Lewis Hamilton in a Mercedes front-row lockout, despite a brief off-track excursion and spin for Bottas in the final seconds of Q3.

2020 Austrian Grand Prix grid

ROW 11. Valtteri Bottas 1’02.939 Mercedes
2. Lewis Hamilton 1’02.951
Mercedes
ROW 23. Max Verstappen 1’03.477
Red Bull
4. Lando Norris 1’03.626
McLaren
ROW 35. Alexander Albon 1’03.868
Red Bull
6. Sergio Perez 1’03.868
Racing Point
ROW 47. Charles Leclerc 1’03.923
Ferrari
8. Carlos Sainz Jnr 1’03.971
McLaren
ROW 59. Lance Stroll 1’04.029
Racing Point
10. Daniel Ricciardo 1’04.239
Renault
ROW 611. Sebastian Vettel 1’04.206
Ferrari
12. Pierre Gasly 1’04.305
Toro Rosso
ROW 713. Daniil Kvyat 1’04.431
Toro Rosso
14. Esteban Ocon 1’04.643
Renault
ROW 815. Romain Grosjean 1’04.691
Haas
16. Kevin Magnussen 1’05.164
Haas
ROW 917. George Russell 1’05.167
Williams
18. Antonio Giovinazzi 1’05.175
Alfa Romeo
ROW 1019. Kimi Raikkonen 1’05.224
Alfa Romeo
20. Nicholas Latifi 1’05.757
Williams

Bottas also spoke about his delight with the W10, noting how impressed he is by the car’s performance and speed.

The W10 has topped all the sessions so far this weekend, with Mercedes also taking a 1-2 finish in all three practice sessions prior to qualifying.

The car has not been without controversy over the weekend, however, as Red Bull launched a query with the FIA over the car’s Dual-Axle Steering (DAS) on Friday evening. The FIA confirmed the device to be legal and that it is not in any breach of the sporting regulations.

“It’s very impressive to see,” Bottas added.

“It’s only the first qualifying session of the season but I am so impressed so thanks to everyone in the team. It’s truly an amazing car to drive. It was a good result today but it’s tomorrow that matters”

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Anniversary GP
9 Aug
British timeSession
10h00 - 11h30Free practice 1
14h00 - 15h30Free practice 2
11h00 - 12h00Free practice 3
14h00 - 15h00Qualification
14h10 - 16h10Race




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