Formula 1 2020: Racing Point deducted 15 points, fined $470,000 following Renault's complaint about brake ducts
Racing Point uses customer engines from Mercedes and has admitted basing its 2020 car design on photographs of last year's Mercedes car
Bottas, who was runner-up to Hamilton last year, joined Mercedes in 2017 and has so far notched eight wins and 12 pole positions with the team.
Formula 1 2020: Lewis Hamilton romps to victory at British Grand Prix, closes in on Michael Schumacher's F1 record
Lewis Hamilton held on to win the British Grand Prix on Sunday despite a puncture on the last lap to clinch an 87th career win and move within four of Michael Schumacher's Formula One record.
Mercedes earlier changed its Formula One livery from silver to black for the 2020 season.
Talking about the upcoming race, Hamilton said: "British GP is the best, particularly because of the fans, the thousands that turn up and really create the spectacle. So it’s going to be super-weird. That is something I think I am still coming to terms with."
Formula 1 2020: Max Verstappen's incredible recovery from pre-race crash to Valtteri Bottas’ false start, talking points from Hungarian GP
Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian GP to take the lead in the Drivers’ Championship for the first time in 2020, we bring you this and more in our talking points from the race
Formula 1 2020: Lewis Hamilton calls for more support for racism from F1, drivers; says 'we're not doing nearly enough'
Lewis Hamilton, who has previously called out other teams for not doing enough to send a strong message out against racism, does not think it should be only left to him to keep pushing others.
Formula 1 2020: Lewis Hamilton clinches record-equalling eighth Hungarian GP win to take championship lead
Hamilton made the most of his 90th career pole to win the Hungarian GP for the eighth time, drawing level with Michael Schumacher for the most wins at a single venue.
Formula 1 2020: Lewis Hamilton celebrates ‘surreal’ 90th career pole position in Hungarian GP qualifying
Hamilton will be favourite to win the race for the eighth time at the Hungaroring on Sunday and equal a record for most wins at the same grand prix held by retired Ferrari great Michael Schumacher, who triumphed eight times in France.
Bottas set a time of one minute 15.437 seconds on a cloudy morning at the Hungaroring after Friday’s rain, 0.42 quicker than six-times champion Hamilton and the fastest lap of the weekend.
While Vettel topped the speed charts in the second session, defending F1 champion Lewis Hamilton, who was fastest in the first practice for Mercedes, was one of seven drivers not to post a time.
Hamilton took a knee with 11 drivers before the at the Styrian GP while wearing a Black Lives Matter T-shirt and then gave a raised fist salute on his car and on the podium after winning.
Formula 1 2020: Lewis Hamilton’s Styrian GP pole position lap was out of this world, says Mercedes boss
Hamilton, whose third pole in Austria extended his F1 record to 89, recognised it had been special and that even the smallest lapse in concentration could have had potentially major consequences.
Valtteri Bottas won the race at the Red Bull Ring for Mercedes but he and his team mate Lewis Hamilton, the six-times Formula 1 world champion, were told to avoid the kerbs due to the risk of vibration damage.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, however, didn't reveal who stopped him from showing support to Colin Kaepernick
Formula 1 2020, Austrian GP: Lando Norris' solid performance to Ferrari's struggle, talking points from race
There were several narratives in play through the 71 laps of Austrian GP, especially for drivers chasing victory, we bring you the biggest talking points from the race
Hamilton was also quickest in both practice sessions on Friday, finishing ahead of his Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas in all three.
Other teams were caught cold by the innovation, with Red Bull claiming in their protest that Mercedes' DAS is both an aerodynamic and a suspension device.
Mercedes were later in the spotlight after Red Bull lodged an official protest against their new Dual Axis Steering (DAS) system, but the move was rejected by stewards who declared it legal.
Four-time F1 champion Sebastian Vettel says unlike Alonso, his possible exit from the sport after this season wouldn't be temporary.