Austrian Grand Prix live

Austrian Grand Prix 2015 live: Nico Rosberg wins at the Red Bull Ring after beating Lewis Hamilton as Raikkonen and Alonso crash

Follow lap-by-lap updates from the Red Bull Ring in Salzburg as Lewis Hamilton looks to convert his pole position into a second straight race victory

Hamilton trails Vettel in their final run

Austrian Grand Prix 2015: Lewis Hamilton on the front foot after bizarre ending to qualifying

Both Hamilton and Mercedes rival Nico Rosberg went off on their final runs

Lewis Hamilton celebrates taking pole alongside Nico Rosberg (l) and Sebastian Vettel (r)

Austrian Grand Prix 2015: Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg spin out of qualifying to give reigning champion pole position

Hamilton posted the fastest lap before spinning off on his final run only to see Rosberg go off at the last corner

Sebastian Vettel topped third practice for the Austrian Grand Prix

Austrian Grand Prix 2015: Sebastian Vettel tops wet final practice as McLaren hit with incredible 50-place combined grid penalty

Both Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button have been handed 25-place grid penalties and will likely start from the pit lane and serve drive-through penalties on Sunday

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Lewis Hamilton fears Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel could prove more competitive at the Austrian GP

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The Red Bull Ring's famous 'Bull' landmark as Sebastian Vettel flashes past

Austrian Grand Prix 2015: Sebastian Vettel halts Mercedes' domination as Nico Rosberg beats Lewis Hamilton once again

Vettel only managed four laps in first practice but posted the fastest lap times in second practice at the Red Bull Ring

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Felipe Massa nearly runs over Ferrari chief Maurizio Arrivabene in pit lane during Austrian Grand Prix practice

Ferrari team principal runs out into the pit lane seconds before Massa shoots out of his pit box

Nico Rosberg finished fastest in first practice for the Austrian Grand Prix

Austrian Grand Prix 2015: Nico Rosberg sets the benchmark in first practice as Sebastian Vettel completes just four laps

Lewis Hamilton finished three-tenths slower than his Mercedes team-mate as the rest of the field showed little sign of challenging the front-runners

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