F1 is saved by a ripper Austrian GP, so we can all stop pretending we don’t watch the races anymore. Michael has lunch at a truck stop. Rob uncovers more from The Warmup Lap archives.

The Austrian Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features Crash.net F1 editor Luke Smith.

It mightn’t be perfect, but the Austrian Grand Prix demonstrated that Formula can yet be saved.

Max Verstappen points to the Honda logo on his overalls from the Austrian GP podium.

Max Verstappen has taken Honda’s first win of the turbo-hybrid era with a memorable victory in Austria.

Lewis Hamilton congratulates Charles Leclerc after qualifying in Austria

How did Hamilton drop only two places after copping a three-place penalty?

Charles Leclerc puts on his helmet

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 after taking pole in Austria.

Charles Leclerc claimed pole after teammate Sebastian Vettel was held in his garage with engine problems.

Charles Leclerc on track at the Austrian Grand Prix.

The competitive order is little clearer after a chaotic day of practice at the Red Bull Ring.

Daniel Ricciardo in his Renault

Daniel Ricciardo has blamed the Circuit Paul Ricard and modern aerodynamics for F1’s current malaise.

Pierre Gasly at the Austrian Grand Prix.

Pierre Gasly says his seat isn’t under threat despite his poor form this season.