After failing to win the Canadian Grand Prix earlier this month, Mercedes will be hoping their drivers will bounce back in the 2014 Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring. The Formula 1 returns to Austria for the first time since Michael Schumacher won with his Ferrari in 2003.
Where to Watch Live
The first practice session of the Austrian Grand Prix starts at 9am BST, with Sky Sports F1 and Sky Sports F1 HD providing live coverage in the UK.
Real-time internet updates are available on the Live Timing section of the sport's official website. Live coverage of the second practice session starts at 1pm BST.
- Circuit Name: Red Bull Ring
- First F1 Race: 1964
- Circuit Length: 4.326 km
- Number of Laps: 71
- Race Distance: 307.020 km
- Fastest Lap: Michael Schumacher 1:08.337
- Most Wins: Alan Prost (3)
- 2003 Winner (Last race): Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
- 2003 Pole (Last Race): Michael Schumacher (Ferrari)
Driver's Championship Review
Despite failing to win the Canadian Grand Prix, Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg is still leading the driver's championship table with 140 points after the German came second in the last race. His teammate Lewis Hamilton is second in the table, trailing by 22 points.
With a win in Canada, Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo is third with 79 points, leading fourth place Fernando Alonso of Ferrari by 10 points. Defending champion Sebastian Vettel is fifth with 60 points.
Constructor's Championship Review
With an impressive performance this season by both Rosberg and Hamilton, Mercedes are on top of the constructor's table with 258 points. Red Bull are second with 139 points and Ferrari are third in the table with 87 points.