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Team by team review of Austrian Grand Prix

Team by team review of the Austrian Grand Prix, round 11 of the 24-race Formula One season (listed in current championship order):

RED BULL (Max Verstappen 5, Sergio Perez 7)

Verstappen started on pole after winning the Saturday sprint, also from pole, and led comfortably until a slow pitstop due to a stuck wheel nut slashed his advantage. A 64th lap collision with McLaren's Lando Norris caused a puncture and dropped him to fifth, with a 10 second penalty. He still extended his lead to 81 points. Perez started eighth, had car damage from lap one and collected a five second penalty for pit lane speeding. Red Bull are now 64 points clear of Ferrari.

FERRARI (Carlos Sainz 3, Charles Leclerc 11)

Leclerc started sixth but tangled with Perez and Oscar Piastri at turn one, pitting for a new front wing and dropping to 19th before fighting back. He made three stops. Sainz, lining up fourth, was passed by Lewis Hamilton at the start but he had to give the place back. Sainz gained two places when Norris and Verstappen collided but Piastri passed him on fresher tyres. The podium was Sainz's fifth of the season and consolidated fourth, 15 points behind Leclerc but having done one race less.

MCLAREN (Oscar Piastri 2, Lando Norris retired)

Norris started on the front row, challenged Verstappen for the lead but lost out when they collided and he collected a puncture and damage to his car. Piastri started seventh, after being stripped of his fastest lap in qualifying, and finished 1.906 behind Russell after passing Sainz late on for his fourth F1 podium. McLaren, who had both drivers on the podium in the sprint, are 23 points behind Ferrari after six podiums in a row.

MERCEDES (George Russell 1, Lewis Hamilton 4)

Mercedes secured their