Of big open single seaters...
... and the importance of persistence
It happened one afternoon when I was wandering down the paddock at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria. I’d been treated that day to an array of swift single seaters, some hatchbacks straining to go as fast as their engines would let them, and even a fleet of GT3-spec cars barreling all at once through Rindt Corner. But none of those machines could have produced that deafening roar that I found myself listening to at that point.
From where I was standing, I couldn’t see cars going past the Armco barriers, which meant they were...
Daruvala, who had sealed his second Formula 2 win with a dominating drive in the second sprint race on Saturday, was sluggish from second and clocked 56:41.936.
Bottas’ final flying lap saw him beat Hamilton by .096 seconds in a qualifying session that set the grid for Formula One's second-ever sprint, which will determine the starting lineup for Sunday’s main race.
This was Bagnaia's debut success in the premier category after 10 wins combined in Moto2 and Moto3.