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Live Reporting

Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    Right that is all from us and the good news is there's not long to wait until the next race! It's the Hungarian Grand Prix next weekend so join us on Friday for practice.

    I'll leave you with Andrew Benson's report on the Styrian Grand Prix and see you later!

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    That was Lewis Hamilton's first, and most likely only win for any driver, at the Styrian Grand Prix.

    It was his second win in Austria and Mercedes' 104th win in Formula 1.

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    Jeremiah Kariuki: Interesting times we are in. Lando Norris sitting on P3 for the Championship while McLaren sits on P2. If the season was to end that way, a big win it would be for the young Norris and his team. Sainz would feel at a loss heading to Ferrari.

  4. Driver of the day - Perez

    Sergio Perez was brilliant today. On a mission from start to finish.

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  5. 'Like seeing a unicorn'

    Toto Wolff, speaking to Sky Sports, on Lewis Hamilton's pole-clinching qualifying run: "When he is in that space he is just unbeatable. I've never seen anything like this in top-class motor racing. It's like seeing a unicorn."

    On taking a knee: "The team did it but I think we have to be non-judgmental. None of the drivers standing are racist. We have to respect each point of view. I don't want to judge what other people do."

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    Lewis Hamilton celebrated his first win of the season by raising his fist on the podium, reminiscent of the 1968 Olympics, when two African American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised a black-gloved fist during the US national anthem.

  7. 'We are so united'

    Lewis Hamilton, speaking to Sky Sports: "The easiest thing is to lose focus, ease up and lose determination. I don't see this happening with this team. We are so united. You can see this on grid when all the team took a knee.

    "I didn't see it, I was told just before the race that they were going to do it.

    "It's not something I asked for but it was a beautiful thing. It doesn't take a lot to do and maybe not changing the world, but it is hopefully changing perceptions and shifting ideals."

  8. 'I'm still in third...I'm retiring'

    Lando Norris, who is third in the championship after finishing fifth today, speaking to Sky Sports: "I'm still third? I'm retiring!

    "Perfect strategy with Carlos (Sainz). Thanks to him, without his help I wouldn't be in this position today.

    "An awesome first two weekends. We didn't dream it would go this well so we're now looking forward to next weekend."

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    Valtteri Bottas continues to lead the way in the early stages of the drivers' championship with Lewis Hamilton second. Look at Lando Norris in third, though. He'll be wanting to end the season now!

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    Scott Coe: Oh dear Ferrari, but good to see Lewis Hamilton back to winning ways. As for Lando Norris on the final lap - you absolute star!

    Richard Cassidy: Yep. GOAT

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  11. 'We were quicker than our rivals'

    Racing Point's Lance Stroll speaks to Sky Sports about finishing seventh, just a front wing behind teammate Sergio Perez: "It was a very tight last lap and very exciting racing for everyone watching.

    "I believe we have the second or third quickest car. It's definitely quicker than Renault and McLaren and our other competitors.

    "There were definitely some frustrating parts to the race, but the pace was there the whole race and that's what is really promising going forward."

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    George Flowerday: Yet another incredibly impressive drive from Lando Norris. A scintillating drive from Perez as well.

    Sam: It’s great to see that there’s a promising future for British racing after Lewis Hamilton calls it a day, clearly an exciting time with Lando Norris and George Russell waiting in the wings.

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    Lewis Hamilton awaits the trophy robot to trundle on over. They need a little nudge to get going but get the job done.

  14. 'A lot of work to do'

    Third-placed Max Verstappen: "I tried to push for victory but we are just a bit too slow.

    "I pushed as hard as I could.

    "I tried to make it difficult for Valtteri to pass me, even though I knew he was going to get me the next lap.

    "It was fun because the rest of the race was a bit boring.

    "Podium is good, but still a lot of work to do."

  15. 'Good battle with Max'

    Valtteri Bottas, who finished in second place: "Lewis started pole and had a good start and controlled the race but there was not much happening. Starting from fourth was damage limitation for me but it was not too bad.

    "It was a good battle with him [Max Verstappen]. I had a bit more pace at the end than him. Racing so close is always good fun.

    "It could’ve been more satisfying and I could’ve been more satisfied but I’m looking forward to next week."