Max Verstappen sailed to the win for a second consecutive weekend at the Red Bull Ring for the Austrian Grand Prix.
The Dutchman dominated the race from lights out to chequered flag once again and has extended the Red Bull’s lead in the driver’s and constructors’ standings.
Joining him on the podium this weekend was the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas, while McLaren’s Lando Norris landed his fourth career podium this weekend, after crossing the line in P3.
The young British driver was also named Driver of the Day.
Speaking after the race, Verstappen said; “It was incredible to be honest… the car was on rails.
“Every tyre set we put on it was really enjoyable to drive.
“I’m a bit amazed today how today went, I didn’t expect it to be like this.”
Lando Norris then said; “It was fun, it was a good race, it was exciting… but I’m disappointed because we should have been second place.
“I thought on Lap One [after the Safety Car] was just racing really, he [Perez] tried to go around the outside which is a bit stupid, and he ran off the track himself, I didn’t even push him.
“I’m frustrated but also happy with P3, we had very good pace.
“It’s nice to know we can actually race them. That was probably the first race in many years where we were actually racing a Mercedes and a Red Bull. Hopefully we can keep it up.”