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Lewis: Stops didn't cost me GP
Lewis Hamilton doesn’t believe his slow pitstops in the Austrian GP cost him the race victory to Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg, with the Briton now eyeing Silverstone as the place to regain the momentum in the championship fight.
Sky Sports F1 podcast: Austria
Ted Kravitz is joined by David Croft, Anthony Davidson, Simon Lazenby and Natalie Pinkham to discuss Sunday's Austrian GP.
Fleet St: Red Bull humiliated
Red Bull left humiliated as Mercedes dominate at the Red Bull Ring – Fleet Street have their say on the Austrian GP.
'Merc transparency suffering'
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has warned Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg and their respective engineering crews to maintain an open flow of information after revealing “transparency is suffering a little bit” amid the team-mate’s tight title duel.
Alonso: Massa playing with me
Mercedes' power advantage at the Austrian GP was such that Fernando Alonso reckoned Felipe Massa was "playing" with him in the closing stages of Sunday's race.
Lewis: Rosberg lead inevitable
Lewis Hamilton has described Nico Rosberg's World Championship lead as "inevitable" after being beset by more operational and mechanical problems in the Austrian GP, while the jubilant race victor maintained his record of finishing on the podium in every race this season with his third win of 2014.
Horner: Renault 'unacceptable'
Red Bull chief Christian Horner has fired another stinging salvo towards engine suppliers Renault - branding their current performance "unacceptable" - after the World Champions experienced a forgettable home Austrian GP.
Williams thrilled with result
Williams were thrilled with their first podium finish of the season at the Austrian GP, despite failing to convert their front-row lockout into victory.
Slow pit-stops cost Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton has admitted he might be culpable for the slow pit-stops which cost him victory in the Austrian GP.
Rosberg holds off Hamilton
Nico Rosberg extended his championship lead over Lewis Hamilton to beyond a race victory for the first time this season after winning a tense, closely-fought Austrian GP.
Delighted Williams now eye win
Williams have expressed their surprise and delight after Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas claimed a stunning front-row lockout for the team at the Austrian GP – with their owner now boldly predicting they can “prove that we have a very good race-winning car” on Sunday.
Hamilton spins out of qualy
Lewis Hamilton’s faltering title challenge has suffered another sizeable dent after the Mercedes driver spun out of qualifying for the Austrian GP without setting a timed lap in Q3.
Massa claims shock pole
Felipe Massa broke Mercedes' stranglehold on pole position in 2014 as Williams stunned the championship leaders in an Austrian GP qualifying hour that ultimately proved both forgettable - and costly - for Lewis Hamilton.
P3: Bottas heads Hamilton
Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa demonstrated Williams' pace in final practice for the Austrian GP by sandwiching Lewis Hamilton at the top of the timesheets.
Red Bull could make own engine
Red Bull are considering manufacturing their own engines after 2015 - but have confirmed they will continue to use Renault power next year.
Perez penalty is upheld
Stewards at the Austrian GP have upheld the five-place grid penalty handed to Sergio Perez following his collision with Felipe Massa in Montreal.
Ricciardo: Top five the target
Daniel Ricciardo is confident Red Bull won’t be as far adrift of Mercedes as they were on Friday by the time of qualifying at the Austrian GP – but F1’s newest race winner admits the World Champions are braced for a ‘best of the rest’ battle at their home event.
Lewis aims to keep up pressure
An upbeat Lewis Hamilton believes that being the “hunter” in the championship battle will bring out the best in him as he seeks to apply title pressure on Nico Rosberg after setting a blistering pace on day one at the Austrian GP.
P2: Hamilton pulls clear
Lewis Hamilton responded to championship leader Nico Rosberg's early show of speed in Austria to impressively head the field in Practice Two as the title-duelling pair moved Mercedes a long way clear on the timesheet.
Safety Car shake-up planned
F1's latest idea to ramp up excitement levels looks set to get the green light, with a proposal to follow safety car periods with standing starts approved at a meeting earlier this week.