Feat Dieter Rencken. Peter gets excited about schnitzels, Rob eschews the radio microphone for your common or garden-variety mobile telephone, Michael is still in Europe — but he’s not in Mykonos — and Dieter renckens McLaren-Honda might not be over yet.

Valtteri Bottas shakes Sebastian Vettel's hand on the Austrian Grand Prix podium.

Valtteri Bottas has defied expectation to put himself in championship contention in 2017.

The 2017 Austrian Grand Prix Strategy Report, with Luke Smith from NBC Sports.

Fernando Alonso on the grid of the Austrian Grand Prix.

Can F1 punish teams without penalising drivers for mechanical failures?

Valtteri Bottas lifts the winner's trophy at the Austrian Grand Prix.

Sebastian Vettel couldn’t catch Valtteri Bottas in Austria, falling short by just six-tenths of a second.

Daniel Ricciardo sits in his Red Bull Racing car at the 2017 Austrian Grand Prix

Red Bull Racing is unsure it can challenge for the Austrian podium outright — unless it rains.

Valtteri Bottas in his Mercedes at Austria's Red Bull Ring.

Lewis Hamilton couldn’t minimise the damage of his five-place grid penalty by topping qualifying.

Carlos Sainz in the post-Austrian Grand Prix FIA press conference.

Carlos Sainz has tried to calm internal disquiet about his future with Red Bull but isn’t ruling out defection.

Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo talk in an FIA press conference.

The ultrasoft tyre proved more delicate than expected, leaving most teams with problems for the race.

Sebastian Vettel’s visit to the FIA this week has been all the rage, so naturally we spend most of our time talking about Jolyon Palmer and Robert Kubica, at least one of whom isn’t a Formula One driver. We don’t confuse Austria for Australia.