F1 Austrian Grand Prix 2019 results: Max Verstappen claims controversial win as race ends in farce. Formula 1. July 1, 2019 8:38am; by Staff writers; Source: Sky Sports. Max Verstappen celebrates.
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Red Bull's Max Verstappen catches and passes Charles Leclerc with two laps to go to win a thrilling Austrian Grand Prix. BBC News - Published on June 30, 2019: Verstappen wins Austrian GP to end Mercedes' unbeaten streak Max Verstappen won the Austrian Grand Prix for a second straight year on Sunday as Red Bull ended Mercedes' unbeaten streak.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen claimed a back-to-back Austrian Grand Prix win with a charging drive to pass Ferrari's Charles Leclerc three laps from the finish. Standings; 2020 Calendar; LATEST NEWS. Wolff: Interest in Vettel justified by risk of 'black swan' event; Sainz hasn't signed on at Ferrari as Leclerc's wingman; Mercedes reveals FIA's opposition to initial DAS design; Inside or outside.
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Max Verstappen won three grands prix in 2019 and scored points in the first 12 races of the season. In terms of choosing the best driver of the season, Hamilton and Verstappen were practically.
Max 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.
The BBC will continue to screen live Formula E races in the 2019-20 season, with a second event to be broadcast on terrestrial TV compared to last season.