Fernando Alonso produced a scintillating drive in a ‘battle of the champions’ as he and Sebastian Vettel fought wheel to wheel for the final third of the race.
Christian Horner: “After the initial delay we elected to change both drivers onto the harder tyre for the restart, which we believed would give us more strategic options."
Felipe Massa was forced to retire after getting caught in a multi-car accident at the start that red flagged the race for nearly an hour.
Nico Rosberg was forced to retire.
Lewis Hamilton is victorious in the British GP for the second time in his career.
Vijay Mallya sums up the mood following Austria and gets set for the team’s local race.
Daniel Ricciardo was the highest placed driver with a car using a Renault power unit, he finished in eighth for Infiniti Red Bull Racing.
Daniil Kvyat's car suspension and Jean-Eric Vergne's car brake ruined Toro Rosso race in Austria.
Race tactics help Mercedes to jump Williams.
Pastor Maldonado finishing just shy of the points in twelfth position and Romain Grosjean in fourteenth.
Dr Vijay Mallya: "All in all it’s encouraging to see both our cars come home in the points to maintain our fourth place in the championship."
Sebastian Vettel: "It would be bad to say I got used to it, but obviously we have had a lot of problems so far..."
Felipe Massa finishing fourth after a competitive race.
Seven of the top ten were powered by Mercedes-Benz and this was win 106 for Mercedes-Benz power in Formula One.
Kevin Magnussen: "It’s tough racing in the midfield pack, like we did today, but we’re going to get there."
Mercedes is back on top in Austria.
The win is the first for Daniel Ricciardo in F1 and the first for Infiniti Red Bull Racing this season.
Nico Hulkenberg’s one-stop strategy saw him finish in fifth place scoring a further ten points for the team.
Both Williams cars ran in the top five early on Canadian GP, challenging for the podium places.
Daniel Ricciardo win his first Formula One Grand Prix.
Jean-Eric Vergne: "It was a good race, maybe the best of my F1 career so far..."
The stewards have issued penalties for incidents that took place during the Canadian Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg finished in second place while Lewis Hamilton was forced to retire in an eventful Canadian Grand Prix today.
Pastor Maldonado and Romain Grosjean returned their cars to the pit garage before the end of the 70-lap race.
Ricciardo finishes third, under half a second from second-placed Lewis Hamilton – the closest finish so far this year.
Wear and degradation minimal around the demanding streets of Monte Carlo, without compromising performance.