Mercedes duo of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell both finished on the podium P2 and P3.
SportsTiger is back with its key predictions or as they say, possible outcomes for the impending F1 race at France.
The final lap witnessed Leclerc finishing the race in 1m 30.872s, keeping Red Bull’s Verstappen behind by 0.304s.
Although the usage of the third control electronics will hand Sainz at least a 10-place grid penalty, Ferrari may in addition, add a few more components if deemed necessary, which will result in further penalties.
Notably, Sainz has already used his maximum allowance of internal combustion engines, turbochargers and MGU-Hs.
Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc clinched the Austrian Grand Prix from second spot for the first time in his F1 career.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen leads the Driver's championship with 208 points.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen won the previous year's race at the iconic Paul Ricard track in Le Castellet.
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