Highlights

  • Charles Leclerc beats second-placed Red Bull's Max Verstappen by 1.5 seconds
  • This is Leclerc's 3rd victory of the season
  • Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton finished third

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Leclerc overcame a major concern as the throttle of his car was not working properly, which made it difficult for him to control the speed into turns

Ferrari's Charles Leclerc won the Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday as he beat second-placed Red Bull's Max Verstappen by 1.5 seconds. This is his 3rd victory of the season.

Leclerc overcame a major concern as the throttle of his car was not working properly, which made it difficult for him to control the speed into turns.

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Meanwhile, his Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz's hopes of a second-place finish ended when his engine blew as he was about to attack Verstappen.

Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton finished third.

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