Reports had suggested that the Red Bull principal was set to be replaced by Gerhard Berger, a friend of owner Dietrich Mateschitz
Pastor Maldonado’s late-race chase of Max Verstappen’s seventh place was a highlight of the Austrian Grand Prix, one which culminated in one of the greatest pieces of raw, reactive car control ever seen.
McLaren protégé Stoffel Vandoorne is dominating the 2015 GP2 Series, leading the drivers’ championship by 76 points having amassed almost double the number of points of his nearest challenger.
• Reports had stated Gerhard Berger was set to replace Briton• ‘We know we have problems but we just have to work through them’Red Bull principal Christian Horner has …
Christian Horner has insisted he is staying on at Red Bull after a rival team boss rang him on the morning of the Austrian GP claiming he was going to lose his job.
Nico Rosberg’s domination of the Austrian Grand Prix sets up an intriguing race at Silverstone a week on Sunday, for the last thing Lewis Hamilton wants is to lose his home grand prix.
Christian Horner has called for Formula One to consider appointing an independent adviser to help turn around the sport’s flailing fortunes.
Dietrich Mateschitz is rumoured to be considering a change of team principal but the Englishman stresses cordial relationship and length of his contract
“I don’t feel you carry anything through from one race to the next,” says British world champion as German gets his title hopes back on track with three wins in four races          
Nico Rosberg has been as good as his word, Toto Wolff makes case for younger generation, Nico Hulkenberg posts another reminder and Kimi Raikkonen’s race looks …
Bernie Ecclestone says that while Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateschitz has become “frustrated” with F1 he doesn’t think the Austrian billionaire will ultimately quit the sport.
Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg has shown he has the beating of team-mate Lewis Hamilton, says the BBC’s David Coulthard.
Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg has shown he has the beating of team-mate Lewis Hamilton, says the BBC’s David Coulthard
Felipe Nasr has made an impressive start to life in F1 and spoke to Sky Sports Digital about how he has found Sauber and why he is keen to dispel the ‘pay driver’ tag.
Christian Horner says an independent figure like Ross Brawn should write F1′s rules.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner believes an independent adviser could help improve Formula 1.
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn believes F1 should follow DTM’s example and open up engine development to Ferrari, Honda and Renault – but not Mercedes – to allow them to close the gap.
Horner has criticised F1 for becoming “too complicated” and believes that Ross Brawn is the ideal candidate to initiate a series of reforms
Sebastian Vettel reckoned Ferrari were a little closer to Mercedes at the Austrian GP, but still not close enough.
Stoffel Vandoorne expects to be focussing on aero work when he drives the McLaren-Honda on Wednesday on the second day of the Austrian in-season test.
Stoffel Vandoorne expects to be focussing on aero work when he drives the McLaren-Honda on Wednesday on the second day of the Austrian in-season test.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg’s battle for the world championship will again go down to the wire in Abu Dhabi, their Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has predicted.
The Spaniard’s McLaren ended up on top of the Ferrari after a first-lap collision – and both were very lucky to escape injury
Nico Rosberg took plaudits from the British press after he put Lewis Hamilton in his place in Sunday’s Austrian GP, although their pre-occupation with the current state of Formula 1 once again brought forth no small amount of frothing comment.
Red Bull are treating Ferrari’s offer to supply them with engines from 2017 warily, Sky Sports understands.
“I can’t explain what happened, you’ll have to ask the team” shrugs Brit after delayed take-off allows teammate Rosberg through to power his way to victory
BBC Sport analyses Kimi Raikkonen’s first-lap crash with Fernando Alonso in Austria, and remembers similar incidents in F1 history.
Nico Rosberg reminds F1 he can beat Lewis Hamilton fair and square, and gives us the title fight many thought would not happen this year.
Lewis Hamilton blames losing the Austrian Grand Prix to team-mate Nico Rosberg on a technical problem with his car’s start procedure.
Formula One breathed a huge sigh of relief after Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso emerged unscathed from horrific accident in Austria
Nico Rosberg says he “knew by turn three” on the opening lap that he had got past Lewis Hamilton as he never looked back to win the Austrian Grand Prix.
McLaren’s Fernando Alonso and Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen were both eliminated on the first lap after smashing to each other at the Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Fernando Alonso admitted that Kimi Raikkonen was lucky to escape uninjured after their crash on lap one of Sunday’s Austrian GP.
Nico Rosberg won the Austrian Grand Prix to reduce the gap to his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton, who finished second, to 10 points Continue reading… …
Former team-mates Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen emerge unscathed after a crash on the first lap of the Austrian Grand Prix.
Former team-mates Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen emerge unscathed after a huge crash on the first lap of the Austrian Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg takes an impressive victory in the Austrian Grand Prix to reduce Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton’s lead in the World Championship.
The racing team’s season went from bad to worse as both Button and Fernando Alonso exited the race before lap 10
Ferrari opened the door for Williams at the Austrian GP and Felipe Massa walked right through it, with the Brazilian snatching the final podium place from Sebastian Vettel on Sunday.
Austrian Grand Prix 2015 – Latest lap-by-lap, news update, live match report and result from Red Bull Ring, Spielberg, on Sunday, June 21, at 13:00 BST
Lewis Hamilton has admitted he was beaten fair and square by Nico Rosberg’s superior pace in the Austrian GP.
Rosberg claimed his third victory of the season to close the gap between him and Mercedes teammate Hamilton to just 10 points at the top of the Drivers’ Standings
German delivers fine performance in Austria, while championship rival Lewis Hamilton makes a critical mistake and has to settle for second
Nico Rosberg wins the Austrian Grand Prix to reduce Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton’s lead in the World Championship.
Nico Rosberg once again proved he is the Daddy of the Red Bull Ring after leading home Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to win the Austrian Grand Prix.
Five things we learned: Every time you think German looks a beaten man he finds a way of coming back