Our top 10 pictures at the Styrian Grand PrixJuly 14, 2020
Here's a look at our favorite ten images from the weekend's Styrian Grand Prix.
Haas F1 photographer Andy Hone has selected his stand-out image from the weekend, which sees Romain Grosjean passing under the huge 12 meter Red Bull sculpture, which is constructed from steel.
Andy's take: "Race 2 in the beautiful foothills of the Styrian mountains posed a challenge for photographers to find a few new angles. The circuit is quite short as it is with only 10 turns but we are aided by the undulations and breathtakingly pretty backdrop that the circuit sits in. One stand out feature of the track is the giant bull dead center in the middle of the track.
"During FP2 I decided to go and find an angle that I could integrate the big bull into a new shot and managed to get the cars as they braked into turn 1, appearing under the bull!
"It was quite tricky using 1/8th of a second shutter speed and the cars appeared blind from behind a tree so it made following the cars quite challenging to get them sharp. After a few laps you get into a rhythm and I was quite happy with the end result."
Romain Glow-jean: Romain is captured through a set of glistening lights in the Red Bull Ring media center, on his way to the Thursday driver's press conference.
The Heli-Shot: Right time, right place as Romain is seen passing along the back straight under the watch of the F1 television helicopter, this week in full Red Bull livery.
Through the Esses: Kevin passes through turns five and six, which from this angle creates a satisfying left-right curve.
Kerb riding: Romain gets his left wheels up on the sausage kerb, on the exit of turn 1, one of the less aggressive kerbs on the Red Bull Ring circuit.
Singin' in the rain: Well not quite. Kevin attempts to keep dry under his umbrella during torrential rain whilst entering the paddock on Saturday morning.
Eau Rouge: The high-glow rain light on the back of Kevin's VF-20 illuminates the water spray red during qualifying.
Push for the line: Kevin gave it all he could in qualifying and made it through the Q2, but the VF-20's performance hindered him from getting through to the final Q3 session.
Pep talk: Kevin goes through a final pre-race chat with his race engineer, Gary Gannon.
What's better than one VF-20? Two VF-20s!: Kevin and Romain pushed everything they could out of the VF-20's performance during the race on Sunday, and were rarely more than five seconds apart on track. The duo swapped positions four times during the race to maximize the optimum pace of the car in differing situations around their respective strategies, eventually crossing the line P12 Kevin and P13 Romain.
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