Wednesday , 19 June 2019
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Post-Race Statistics of the 2014 Austrian GP

An amazing return of the Austrian GP! A new man on the podium, a non-Mercedes pole and a front row lock out not seen since 2003.

For the first time this season Mercedes didn’t take pole position, mostly because of their own mistakes, though Williams took advantage, taking both positions on the front row for the first time since the 2003 German GP and their first pole at Austria since 1997. Williams held off the fighting Mercedes for a while, but lost out after the first round of stops, leaving Mercedes to walk away.

Rosberg took his sixth win and third of the season, Hamilton was just behind in second for his 60th podium finish and then the young Finn Valtteri Bottas finished on the podium for the first time in F1. Sergio Perez took the fastest lap, his third and the fifth for Mexican drivers.

Despite looking quick all season it’s only the first Williams podium of the season and only their second since 2009. There were just three retirements at the Red Bull Ring, but all of them were from Red Bull cars, Daniel Ricciardo was their only finisher and was down in eighth place after qualifying fifth.

2014PositionsAustria

Quite a few changes after the Austrian GP, Bottas and Massa both move up places and towards the back Maldonado is no longer last, moving from 22nd to 19th. This also means that Williams have moved up to fifth in the Constructors’ Championship, ahead of fellow British team McLaren.

2014PointsAustria

Mercedes have increased their already huge gap again, Rosberg has almost twice the points of Ricciardo in third. Further down in the table the points are still very close, a good result can easily move you up several places and a bad result down.

Pos Driver Team Nation Points Laps Fastest Lap Grid
1 Nico Rosberg Mercedes GER 25 71 01:12.598 3
2 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes GBR 18 71 01:12.217 9
3 Valtteri Bottas Williams FIN 15 71 01:12.581 2
4 Felipe Massa Williams BRA 12 71 01:12.586 1
5 Fernando Alonso Ferrari ESP 10 71 01:12.595 4
6 Sergio Perez Force India MEX 8 71 01:12.142 15
7 Kevin Magnussen McLaren DEN 6 71 01:12.746 6
8 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull AUS 4 71 01:13.060 5
9 Nico Hulkenberg Force India GER 2 71 01:13.156 10
10 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari FIN 1 71 01:12.884 8
11 Jenson Button McLaren GBR 0 71 01:12.858 11
12 Pastor Maldonado Lotus VEN 0 70 01:13.187 13
13 Adrian Sutil Sauber GER 0 70 01:13.709 16
14 Romain Grosjean Lotus FRA 0 70 01:13.953 15
15 Jules Bianchi Marussia FRA 0 69 01:14.476 18
16 Kamui Kobayashi Caterham JAP 0 69 01:15.274 19
17 Max Chilton Marussia GBR 0 69 01:14.847 21
18 Marcus Ericsson Caterham SWE 0 69 01:14.672 20
19 Esteban Gutierrez Sauber MEX 0 69 01:14.036 17
RET Jean-Eric Vergne Toro Rosso FRA 59 01:13.317 14
RET Sebastian Vettel Red Bull GER 34 01:14.254 12
RET Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso RUS 24 01:14.332 7

 

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