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Brazilian F1 GP, qualifying, results, timing, Max Verstappen

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Max Verstappen secured the second pole position of his career to mark his Red Bull boss Christian Horner’s 46th birthday in style on Saturday when he topped the qualifying times for Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix.

The 22-year-old Dutchman produced a best lap in one minute and 7.508 seconds to outpace four-time champion Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari in a final flurry while newly-crowned six-time champion Lewis Hamilton settled for third for Mercedes.

Vettel’s Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc qualified fourth, but faces a 10-place grid penalty after taking a new engine, ahead of Valtteri Bottas in the second Mercedes and Alex Albon in the second Red Bull.

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F1 news 2020, Austrian Grand Prix, results, standings, next race, five things we learned, highlights, Ferrari, Vettel, Hamilton

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Formula 1 is back – and back with thrilling overtakes, an abundance of retirements and plenty of controversy.

Valtteri Bottas kicked off the delayed season with a win – as he did last season – but Red Bull struggled at its home circuit and Daniel Ricciardo had a frustrating afternoon, albeit with a big silver lining.

Here’s five things we learned from the Austrian Grand Prix…

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F1 2020, Austrian Grand Prix: result, news, Lando Norris podium finish, Swearing, Valtteri Bottas wins

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Lando Norris screamed with joy as the McLaren driver picked up the first podium of his fledgling Formula One career.

The 20-year-old could be heard screaming and shouting expletives into the radio after a brilliant performance at the Austrian Grand Prix.

The Guilford star, who holds dual British and Belgian nationality, put in the ride of his life in Spielberg finishing third behind Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas and Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc.

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F1 2020 Austrian GP: Daniel Ricciardo result, reaction, why he had to retire, Renault

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Daniel Ricciardo remains optimistic about a competitive final season with Renault, despite his season opener again ending in retirement.

The Australian made a bright start from 10th place but his Austrian Grand Prix only lasted 17 laps before being forced into a precautionary retirement due to a cooling issue.

Riccardio had four mid-race retirements last season, including in the opener in Australia, however he was still upbeat about the car and team’s performance as teammate Esteban Ocon finished eighth.

“Today was a reminder of what Formula 1 can be like and, sometimes, it’s unkind,” said Ricciardo, one of a whopping nine retirements in a chaotic race.

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