Lewis Hamilton benefitted from a mid-race safety car to jump teammate Valtteri Bottas and pinch victory.
Valtteri Bottas pinched pole from home-crowd favourite Lewis Hamilton by just 0.006 seconds in a tense qualifying battle at the British Grand Prix, but Mercedes didn’t have things all its own way, with Charles Leclerc less than a tenth off pole in his surprisingly quick Ferrari.
Bottas beat Hamilton by just 0.006 seconds to deny the Briton a seventh home pole.
Rich Energy is the story that keeps on giving.
Valtteri Bottas has pipped Lewis Hamilton to the quickest time in a blustery Friday of practice at Silverstone.
Pierre Gasly believes his 2019 fortunes will turn around from this weekend’s British Grand Prix.
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Charles Leclerc stormed to pole position for the Austrian Grand Prix, comfortably beating Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen and unchallenged by teammate Sebastian Vettel, whose Q3 was cruelled by a power unit problem.
Charles Leclerc claimed pole after teammate Sebastian Vettel was held in his garage with engine problems.
The competitive order is little clearer after a chaotic day of practice at the Red Bull Ring.