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Lewis Hamilton has won an incident-packed German Grand Prix, and has retaken the lead at the top of the Formula 1 Standings.
The Mercedes driver beat teammate Valtteri Bottas, with Kimi Raikkonen finishing in third, but the shape of the race was all changed when Hamilton's championship rival Sebastian Vettel crashed when leading, and his surge for the title has hit an almighty barrier.
The UK's Lewis Hamilton will start behind Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas in the Austrian Grand Prix tomorrow.
The Finn has gained pole position by an incredible two hundredths of a second in qualifying ahead of Hamilton. Bottas won in Spielberg last season.
It's an all-Ferrari affair close behind with Sebastian Vettel in third and Kimi Raikkonen fourth.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen is fifth.
Romain Grosjean is sixth, ahead of Verstappen's team-mate Daniel Ricciardo.
Kevin Magnussen, Carlos Sainz and Nico Hulkenberg make up the top 10.
The Austrian Grand Prix, the ninth round of the F1 season starts tomorrow at 14:10 (BST).
Lewis Hamilton has regained his lead at the summit of the Drivers Championship standings by winning the French Grand Prix.
The Mercedes driver started on pole and duly won the race, finishing ahead of Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen.
Lewis Hamilton will start tomorrow's French Grand Prix in pole position after he finished top of the standings in today's qualifying.
Hamilton has been in electric form during practice and qualifying, going fastest in all sessions, and he will start on the front of the grid, alongside his Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas, with Sebastian Vettel in third.
Hamilton is currently one point behind Vettel in the Driver's Championship standings.
What a start!
The French Riviera is looking beaut, but the drivers aren't wasting time enjoying the scenery- aside from Sergey Sirotkin who was given a ten-second penalty.
Max Verstappen has passed six cars in eight around the circuit. He's now at 14th.
Ricciardo is holding is lead at around 1.3 seconds.
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo has taken pole position in the lead-up to Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix.
The Australian finished ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton, in second and third for Ferrari and Mercedes, respectively.
This is only his second ever position leading the pack at the start of a race.
Ricciardo famously should have won back in 2016, only falling away due to a poor pit-stop performance,
The Monaco Grand Prix takes place tomorrow, Sunday 26th May, at 14:10 BST.