Christian Horner praises 'disciplined' and 'mature' Max Verstappen

Austrian Grand Prix- Red Bull Ring Spielberg Austria

Austrian Grand Prix- Red Bull Ring Spielberg Austria

When you start leading the race, they start cheering you on.

Australian Daniel Ricciardo, Verstappen's team mate who was celebrating his 29th birthday, was in a podium position but heavy rear tyre wear took its toll and he retired with a broken exhaust. On top of Max Verstappen's errors and mistakes at the start of the year, its drivers collided in Azerbaijan while running fourth and fifth, putting both out of the race, while Ricciardo retired early in the Bahrain Grand Prix with auto trouble when well placed to challenge the leaders.

The Top 6 was rounded out by Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo and Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen coming 5th and 6th, respectively.

After the race, Red Bull boss Christian Horner revealed that Verstappen changed his approach to the sequence of corners.

"It was very good to manage the tyres as well".

Vasseur said: "We have a contract until the end of the season and we didn't speak so far about the future".

Friday, F1 championship leader Lewis Hamilton Topped the time-sheets with a lap of 1 min, 4.839 secs in the 1rst practice session at the 2018 Austrian Grand Prix at Spielberg.

"I don't know how long that will take, [or] whether the team can survive that kind of a fundamental turnaround". I have to also applaud our entire staff at the factory and their commitment to produce a competitive race auto. "Red Bull and Ferrari are not going to rest on their laurels", he said. He did it in his first race for us in Barcelona, if you remember.

Verstappen hit the front after Mercedes kept Hamilton out on track during a virtual safety auto period that followed Bottas's retirement, with the other contenders pitting for fresh tyres.

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Kimi Raikkonen, who finished second, started to catch Verstappen in the closing stages, but the Dutchman suggested he didn't feel any pressure. "He's experienced enough to handle the situation well", said Verstappen.

Verstappen started fourth on the grid, but capitalised from teh start when Raikkonen was squeezed out by Valtteri Bottas' Mercedes in the battle for second to climb up to third.

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"Hats off to him", said Horner.

"The amount of energy that these tyres have to take up round there".

"It's really great to see the updates", four-time champion Hamilton said.

"He is constantly asking for information, managing those tyres".

Both their days went from bad to worse in a matter of laps, however, with Ricciardo retiring with a broken gearbox on lap 53 and Hamilton's power unit forcing him to stop 10 tours later.

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