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Max Verstappen roars back to win Austrian Grand Prix

WorldNews Sunday, 30 June 2019
Max Verstappen roars back to win Austrian Grand PrixMax Verstappen produced one of the most remarkable comebacks in recent Formula One history to win the Austrian Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver, roared on by his large Dutch following at a sweltering Spielberg, denied Charles Leclerc the first win of his career by passing the young Ferrari driver with only two laps to go. Verstappen kept his victory after he escaped a penalty for his winning move on Leclerc. More than three hours after the Red Bull driver took the chequered flag in Spielberg, Formula One's governing body, the FIA, revealed the stewards had decided to take no further action over the incident. β€œIt is hard racing, otherwise we have to stay at home,” said Verstappen when informed...
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Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in opening practice for the Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix as Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel split the two Mercedes. Championship leader Hamilton took control of the session at the end of his running on a second set of soft tyres. His 1m04.838s eclipsed Vettel's...

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