Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton won a record sixth British Grand Prix on Sunday after jumping ahead of Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas by taking advantage of the safety car being deployed. In front of his home fans, Hamilton made the decisive move to the front in the 20th of the 52 laps by pitting to get new tires. With the safety car still out after Antonio Giovinazzi spun off in his Alfa Romeo, Hamilton rejoined ahead of pole-sitter Bottas.
Sebastian Vettel said he had struggled to get the right feel for his Ferrari after qualifying a disappointing sixth at the British Grand Prix on Saturday. The four-times world champion, and last year's race winner at Silverstone, will line up a row behind Monegasque team mate Charles Leclerc, in third, and with both the Red Bulls also ahead of him. It was the third race in a row that Vettel had been out-qualified by the 21-year-old, in Leclerc's first full season with Ferrari.
Watch this video of the new Porsche 911 RSR's debut featuring factory driver Jörg Bergmeister. After the covers come off the mid-engine racer burns rubber and takes off at the Goodwood Festival or Speed.
Honda hailed a fresh start in Austria on Sunday after celebrating the Japanese engine maker's first Formula One race victory since 2006. After three difficult and painful years with McLaren, and a season with Toro Rosso in 2018, the Red Bull partnership bore fruit with Max Verstappen beating Mercedes and Ferrari. "We finally made it," said Honda F1 technical director Toyoharu Tanabe.
The crash took place less than a quarter mile from the finish line.
Result confirmed after wheel-banging late-race pass was investigated.