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Formula 1 Alonso set for F1 return with Renault Two-time Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso is set to make a sensational return to Renault, with a two-year deal expected to be announced as early as Wednesday

Autosport Plus The rules anomaly that saved Hamilton from harsher punishment OPINION: Mercedes was aggrieved that Lewis Hamilton was demoted three places on the grid for the Austrian GP within an hour of the race start, but it could have been a lot worse had the rules been applied differently

Autosport Plus Fernando Alonso's 10 greatest F1 races Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso is set to return to Formula 1 with Renault in 2021. It will give him another chance to add new entries to the list of his best F1 drives, originally compiled by Autosport on his departure in '18

Formula 1 Vettel: COVID not "decisive" in Ferrari exit decision Sebastian Vettel has challenged Mattia Binotto's claim that the Covid-19 pandemic was the trigger for the Ferrari Formula 1 team's decision not to renew his contract

Formula 1 Red Bull undecided on new nose concept Red Bull is undecided on which specification of nose to run with at Formula 1's Styrian Grand Prix, after going different ways with its two drivers last weekend.

National UK club racing returns after COVID-19 hiatus The first three UK club meetings of the year took place last weekend following the COVID-19 hiatus. Despite no spectators and new safety and social distancing measures there was still plenty of track action

Autosport Plus Ask Tim: Where does "embarrassed" Ferrari go from here? Following an attritional start to the Formula 1 season in Austria, Autosport's technical expert weighs in on Ferrari's poor start to the season, the sensor problems that hampered Mercedes and the continued brake problems for Haas

Autosport Podcast: Austrian GP review Alex Kalinauckas is joined by Jonathan Noble, Luke Smith and Jake Boxall-Legge to recap all of the storylines from F1's comeback weekend

How to adapt to the unique demands of Formula E Find out what it takes to be a true racer in the high-performance, all-electric world of Formula E in the latest episode of Mahindra Blueprints

Stewart-Haas Esports sweeps latest eNASCAR Heat Pro League round Stewart-Haas Esports cleaned up in the latest eNASCAR Heat Pro League round in association with Motorsport Games

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  • Circuit: Red Bull Ring
  • Race: 71 laps / 306.452 km
Austria / 5 Jul
Pos Driver Team
1 Bottas Mercedes
2 Leclerc Ferrari
3 Norris McLaren/Renault
4 Hamilton Mercedes
5 Sainz Jr. McLaren/Renault
6 Perez Racing Point/Mercedes
7 Gasly AlphaTauri/Honda
8 Ocon Renault
9 Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo/Ferrari
10 Vettel Ferrari
Standings / After 1 races
Pos Driver Points
1 Valtteri Bottas 25
2 Charles Leclerc 18
3 Lando Norris 16
4 Lewis Hamilton 12
5 Carlos Sainz Jr. 10
6 Sergio Perez 8
7 Pierre Gasly 6
8 Esteban Ocon 4
9 Antonio Giovinazzi 2
10 Sebastian Vettel 1

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Kevin TurnerFernando Alonso's 10 greatest F1 races Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso is set to return to Formula 1 with Renault in 2021. It will give him another chance to add new entries to the list of his best F1 drives, originally compiled by Autosport on his departure in '18 1594080000 F1

Ben AndersonThe rules anomaly that saved Hamilton from harsher punishment OPINION: Mercedes was aggrieved that Lewis Hamilton was demoted three places on the grid for the Austrian GP within an hour of the race start, but it could have been a lot worse had the rules been applied differently 1594080000 F1

Ask TimAsk Tim: Where does "embarrassed" Ferrari go from here? Following an attritional start to the Formula 1 season in Austria, Autosport's technical expert weighs in on Ferrari's poor start to the season, the sensor problems that hampered Mercedes and the continued brake problems for Haas 1594080000 F1

Luke SmithWhy was taking a knee a step too far for some F1 drivers? OPINION: Formula 1 made a powerful demonstration of its commitment to combating racism in Austria as 14 of the 20 drivers took a knee on the start line. But the fact not everybody did showed a visual break in the solidarity F1 is trying to convey 1594080000 F1

Have your sayAutosport Driver Ratings: 2020 Austrian Grand Prix Three drivers score top marks in the return of Autosport's driver ratings, but one driver needing a big season to stay on the Formula 1 grid had a horror-show 1594026000 F1

Tim WrightTim Wright: Safety cars saved a boring Austrian GP OPINION: As feared, Mercedes proved the class of the field as F1 resumed in Austria, but ironically problems for others requiring safety car interruptions helped to keep them in range. Despite the exciting finish, omens point to a similar result next week 1593993600 F1

Austrian GP techHow reliability overshadowed developments at the Austrian GP Mercedes had the fastest car in Austria, but the developments it brought to the Red Bull Ring were overshadowed by concerns with the gearbox sensor that required it to conserve for much of the way 1593993600 F1

GP analysisHow Bottas won F1's survival of the fittest in Austria After a 217-day wait, Formula 1 returned at the Red Bull Ring with a thriller that reminded everybody what they had been missing during the COVID-enforced hiatus. Mercedes crossed the line 1-2, but that hardly told the whole story 1593993600 F1

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