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.
Don't expect the Red Bull Ring to vanish from the Formula One calendar anytime soon.
Two pit stops anticipated, making strategy key on a circuit where overtaking is difficult.
Both Sauber drivers struggled particularly in turn eight with the inconsistent balance of the car.
Eric Boullier: “Rome wasn’t built in a day – Woking may take longer – but we’re getting there.”
Sergio Perez is expected to start the race from P16 following a 5-place grid penalty.
Valtteri Bottas led the way from Nico Rosberg until the final moments with a great lap securing his front row position alongside his teammate.
Romain Grosjean: “It’s no secret that we’ve struggled so far this weekend."
Lewis failed to set a time in Q3 after a mistake at Turn 8 on his first run and a spin at Turn 2 on his second run.
Lewis Hamilton insisted he cannot afford many more strikes against him.
Williams shocked us all and took both first and second for this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix.