Giovinazzi says he “gave 105%” to score his first F1 point | RaceFans Round-up

In the round-up: Giovinazzi “gave 105%” to score his first F1 point • Leclerc congratulates Verstappen • Gasly “will close the gap” – Horner Source: F1 Fanatic

Facebook civil rights audit says white supremacy policy is ‘too narrow’

Facebook’s second progress report pertaining to the civil rights audit conducted by former ACLU Washington Director Laura Murphy is here. Over the last six months, Facebook has made changes around enforcing against hate, fighting discrimination in ads and protecting against misinformation and suppression in the upcoming U.S. presidential election and 2020 Census, according to the ...

Vote for your 2019 Austrian Grand Prix Driver of the Weekend | 2019 Austrian Grand Prix

Who was the best driver during the 2019 Austrian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best. Source: F1 Fanatic

Austrian GP: Lap by lap animation

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2019 Austrian Grand Prix interactive data: lap charts, times and tyres | 2019 Austrian Grand Prix

Carlos Sainz Jnr finished 11 places higher than he started in the Austrian Grand Prix – the biggest climb of any driver so far this year. Source: F1 Fanatic

Front wing damage spoiled Sainz’s late-race charge | 2019 Austrian Grand Prix

Carlos Sainz Jnr says he isn’t sure how he picked up the front wing damage which spoiled his charge through the field in the Austrian Grand Prix. Source: F1 Fanatic

Mercedes' Austria woes caused by overheating

Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff says his team have to fix the overheating problems that stopped them fighting for victory in Austria. Source: BBC F1

Stewards compared Verstappen-Leclerc incident to 2016 Rosberg-Hamilton case | 2019 Austrian Grand Prix

Stewards compared Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc’s collision to an incident between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg at the same track in 2016 while investigating them. Source: F1 Fanatic

FIA explains why Verstappen decision took so long

Verstappen beat Charles Leclerc to win the race at the Red Bull Ring but his race-winning move was placed under investigation as the two drivers made contact and Leclerc briefly went off-track.The decision to take no further action was communicated at 7.47pm local time, more than three hours after the race ended.Asked by Motorsport.com to ...

Binotto: Ferrari won't appeal "wrong" Verstappen verdict

Red Bull driver Verstappen made contact with Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc while overtaking him for the lead at Turn 3 on the 69th lap of the 71-lap event, and went on to take the chequered flag in first place.But Leclerc felt his rival had broken the rules in forcing him off the track, and Verstappen’s win ...