Max Verstappen made the most of a rare Mercedes double retirement on Sunday by claiming his first win this year, and Red Bull's first at "home", in an incident-packed Austrian Grand Prix. "Mercedes had the upper hand today, they looked very quick in all conditions but I think it was a tricky Friday".
"They've had this matrix management system installed by probably [former boss] Martin Whitmarsh, and you've got to break that down", Barnard said. Verstappen, who started fourth on the grid, managed to move up to third on the opening lap, and then moved into second when Bottas retired on the 14th lap of the race.
It was also Verstappen's fourth career victory as he came home 1.504 seconds ahead of Kimi Raikkonen and his Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel, who regained the lead in the drivers championship ahead of Hamilton by a single point.
"We changed a few things between sessions but I think we can find a happy medium between the two set-ups".
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Horner remains in talks with Daniel Ricciardo over his Red Bull future and has the option of recalling Carlos Sainz Jr from Renault if the Australian chooses to depart.
- Sadly for Ricciardo, he had to retire with an exhaust problem and then Hamilton's vehicle lost power soon after to leave Verstappen in prime position to claim victory. There are circuits that will not be so good for us but I thin one of our major assets is that as a race team we are extremely versatile and we've been very creative on strategy, pit stops, pit work.
"We had three runs and I was just punching a hole for everyone".
The pilot of the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas suddenly became first during the qualifying heats at the Grand Prix of Austria. After attracting criticism for a series of mistakes and crashes in the first six races of the season, the Red Bull driver has now finished on the podium on the last three occasions. "It's a good run we are having now but we still a bit more engine power and then we can definitely be in the mix".
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"Obviously it would've been nice to start further up", he said.
"A positive day, but it could have been better - but a very well-deserved win for Max".
In a critical error, Mercedes chose to keep race leader Lewis Hamilton out and their victory hopes quickly unravelled from there.
The triple-header of consecutive French, Austrian and British races concludes next week at Silverstone with the championship now fascinatingly poised.
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Nothing". "Even when [Jordan Henderson's] penalty was saved, I've seen enough shootouts to know the first miss isn't the key one". Ideally, we don't want to be going to a penalty shootout but we are delighted for the fans and the whole country.
Esteban Ocon was sixth for Force India, ahead of Mexican team mate Sergio Perez, with McLaren's Fernando Alonso completing a remarkable afternoon with eighth place after starting in the pit lane.