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Verstappen fights back from failed start to win Red Bull's home race

Max Verstappen has won the Austrian Grand Prix, and by doing so secured the first Honda powered victory since the company's return to the sport in 2015. Leclerc was passed in the penultimate lap and finished second, ahead of Bottas in third place. The Austrian Grand Prix featured an unusual grid, with Leclerc and Verstappen on the front row, followed by the Mercedes drivers on the second, thanks to a 3-place penalty for impeding for Hamilton. With Magnussen also 5-places down in 10th, Norris inherited 5th, followed by Raikkonen, Giovinazzi, Gasly, Vettel. Grosjean started from 11th and was therefore the first with a free tyre choice. As the lights went out, Leclerc had a perfect launch to...
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