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Verstappen surprises Mercedes to win 70th anniversary GP

Max Verstappen did what many believed was impossible and beat both Mercedes fair and square. With a different strategy and aggresive driving, he emerged in front, finishing comfortably ahead of Hamilton and Bottas.

F2: Yuki Tsunoda takes win in sprint race

Following a late-race collision between Robert Shwartzman and Mick Schumacher, Red Bull-backed driver Yuki Tsunoda crossed the finish line first to take his first ever F2 triumph.

Pirelli advises against a one-stop strategy

Formula One’s sole tyre supplier Pirelli advises teams to choose from a wide range of two-stop strategies, indicating that a one-stop would be a rather dangerous choice.

Teams' reaction after qualifying for the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix

The qualifying session for the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix saw Mercedes lock out the front row for another occasion. The surprise was, however, the returning Nico Hülkenberg who propelled his Mercedes-inspired Racing Point to third place on the grid.

F2: Ferrari-backed Ilott wins the feature race

Ferrari-backed UNI Virtuosi driver Callum Ilott won the feature race at Silverstone in a commanding manner by nursing his tyres perfectly. Christian Lungaard and Jack Aitken completed the podium in the race nine of the 2020 F2 championship.

Bottas seizes pole for 70th anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone

Qualifying at Silverstone was again a Mercedes affair, but contrary to 7 days ago, Valtteri Bottas didn't miss the opportunity and beat teammate Hamilton by 0.063s. Racing Point's Hulkenberg qualified third quickest.

Mercedes stays ahead, Hamilton tops FP3

Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas kept Mercedes firmly in front in the final practice session ahead of qualifying for the 70th Anniversary race in Silverstone. Lando Norris was the closest challenger with a fastest lap on medium tyres.

Unfair decision from the stewards, says Racing Point

Racing Point Team Principal Otmar Szafnauer has expressed his displease regarding today’s verdict on the legality of the brake ducts of his outfit’s 2020 F1 car.

Wolff not happy with Liberty Media concerning the Concorde Agreement

Mercedes Team Principal Toto Wolff has expressed his displease with the way that his team has been treated by the Commerical Rights Holder over the course of the discussions on the new Concorde Agreement.

Teams’ reactions after Friday

Following last weekend’s British Grand Prix, Formula One drivers and teams stayed at Silverstone for the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix, Round 5 of the curtailed 2020 F1 season.