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20dNate Saunders

Massa: Rosberg's Austria move 'a bit too much'

Felipe Massa believes Nico Rosberg's defensive manoeuvre on Lewis Hamilton in Austria went beyond the acceptable limit but not worthy of a post-race penalty.

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23dNate Saunders

Williams explains 'mediocre' Austria weekend

Rob Smedley on why Williams failed to replicate previous performances in Austria and how recent changes have made it a "different circuit".

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23dNate Saunders

Ferrari defends Austria tyre strategy calls

Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has defended the team's Austrian Grand Prix tyre strategy after another disappointing race for the Italian outfit.

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24dLaurence Edmondson

Hamilton hopes team orders aren't necessary

Lewis Hamilton hopes Mercedes will not feel the need to implement team orders following his last-lap collision with Nico Rosberg at the Austrian Grand Prix.

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24dNate Saunders

Button: Sixth much better than we expected

Jenson Button admitted sixth position was "much better" than McLaren expected after he rounded off a strong weekend with an impressive drive at the Austrian Grand Prix.

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24dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg stands by his move despite penalty

Nico Rosberg does not agree that he was in the wrong over the collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Austrian Grand Prix, but says he will accept the penalty.

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24dNate Saunders

Wehrlein goes from last to 'amazing' 10th

Pascal Wehrlein came through a rollercoaster Austrian Grand Prix to claim Manor's first point since 2014, having ran last at one stage of the points.

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24dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg penalised for clash but keeps fourth

Nico Rosberg has received a 10-second penalty and two penalty points on his superlicence for his collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Austrian Grand Prix.

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24dLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes considering team orders after clash

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team will consider implementing team orders from the British Grand Prix onwards after Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton collided for the second time this season.

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24dNate Saunders

Verstappen thought he could win on last lap

Max Verstappen admitted he briefly thought a second F1 win was up for grabs when Mercedes' drivers collided on the final lap of the Austrian Grand Prix.

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24dNate Saunders

Rosberg: Lewis turned in on me

Nico Rosberg is convinced Lewis Hamilton is the man to blame for their dramatic last-lap collision in Austria.

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25dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg hopes unknowns boost race chances

Nico Rosberg hopes cool and mixed weather conditions ahead of Sunday's Austrian Grand Prix will help him move forward from sixth on the grid.

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25dLaurence Edmondson

Perez: Suspension failure 'very odd'

Sergio Perez says his suspension failure during qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix was "strange" but is not convinced it is all down to the Red Bull Ring's kerbs.

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25dLaurence Edmondson

Kvyat: FIA has made a mistake with kerbs

Daniil Kvyat says the FIA has "made a mistake" installing new kerbs at the Red Bull Ring after he suffered a big accident during qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix.

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25dLewis Larkam

Alonso: Rain threat 'stress' caused tyre error

Fernando Alonso says a "stress moment" at McLaren caused the tyre mix-up which ultimately led to him qualifying 14th on the grid for Sunday's Austrian Grand Prix.

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25dLaurence Edmondson

No grid penalty for Hulkenberg in Austria

Nico Hulkenberg will start from the front row of the grid at Sunday's Austrian Grand Prix after the stewards decided not to penalise him for setting a fastest first sector under yellow flags.

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