Sebastian Vettel not having fun
It was meant to be their big race: Red Bull were competing at home for the first time ever and their recent win in Canada put them among the favourites at circuit purpose built for the occasion by billionaire owner Dietrich Mateschitz.
But Sunday's Austrian Grand Prix proved a disaster for the home team, all the more galling for taking place on a track named after their sponsor – the Red Bull Ring.
After four seasons at the top of the Formula 1 world, German reigning champion Sebastian Vettel saw his race end almost as soon as it had started, due to electrical problems.
Daniel Ricciardo, fresh from his Canadian Grand Prix win, finished just eighth.
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