Nico Hulkenberg gave Force India their best qualifying position and finish of the year so far in Austria and won the Driver of the Weekend poll.
The Austrian Grand Prix supplied more evidence of how the 2015 F1 season is struggling to live up to expectations.
More than one driver was puzzled by a message about their power unit during the Austrian Grand Prix. Here’s the radio chatter from the race.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2015 Austrian Grand Prix weekend.
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Nico Rosberg has now won as many races as Felipe Massa, while Lewis Hamilton equalled a 45-year-old record held by Jackie Stewart.
Nico Rosberg started behind Lewis Hamilton but finished ahead of his team mate – a result which boosted his championship credentials as well as his points tally.
For the third race running, the majority of drivers only made a single pit stop during the race.
The Austrian Grand Prix turned into a straight fight between the Mercedes drivers as the anticipated threat from Ferrari failed to materialise.
The 2015 Austrian Grand Prix in pictures.
Lewis Hamilton wanted to know why Mercedes left him out for an extra lap after Nico Rosberg’s pit stop as he tried to reclaim the lead of the Austrian Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg took his third grand prix victory of 2015 in Austria, comfortably beating team mate Lewis Hamilton.
Lewis Hamilton’s championship lead is down to ten points after Nico Rosberg beat him to victory in Austria.
Nico Rosberg led a Mercedes one-two ahead of team mate Lewis Hamilton in Austria.
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Ferrari’s long run pace is “seriously quick”, warned Mercedes ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix, and the red cars “looked quicker” in practice.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2015 Austrian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg locked out the front row of the grid for Mercedes in Austria.