- Hamilton wins 13.719 secs ahead of Bottas
- Double DNF for Ferrari after Leclerc and Vettel collide
- Norris takes 6th place after passing Perez, Stroll and Ricciardo on the last lap
Lewis Hamilton made up for a frustrating result at Formula 1’s 2020 season-opening Austrian GP last week, bouncing back to secure a commanding victory at the Styrian GP – the second round of the season held at Austria’s Red Bull Ring. Behind him, Valtteri Bottas beat Max Verstappen to hand Mercedes its first 1-2 finish of the year. But while Mercedes seemed to get things right at this second outing in Austria, Ferrari encountered a disastrous race with both Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc retiring after colliding on the opening lap.
A masterful drive in tricky wet conditions saw Hamilton snatch pole position by a mighty 1.216 secs from Verstappen. The…