Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton are ready to battle "head to head" in a long-awaited first Formula 1 race of the season today - but Mercedes are wary of the threat of Max Verstappen at the Austrian GP.
Formula 1's drivers will take a collective stand against racism - and have the opportunity to take a knee on the grid - ahead of Sunday's season-opening Austrian GP, as the sport calls for an end to all forms of discrimination.
Valtteri Bottas beat Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to the first pole position of F1's delayed 2020 season at the Austrian GP despite a big error on his final lap.
The WBC have confirmed that Tyson Fury's world-title fight with Dillian Whyte 'could happen' this year if Deontay Wilder decides not to challenge for the WBC belt.
Ferrari's fears heading into the new Formula 1 season were laid bare in Austrian GP qualifying as Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel both suffered, finishing only seventh and 11th on a disappointing Saturday.