Welcome to the Austrian Grand Prix
Max Verstappen managed to secure pole position ahead of Charles Leclerc after the Ferrari driver put pressure on the reigning world champion in qualifying.
Leclerc finished 0.048s behind the Red Bull driver while Carlos Sainz was third, marking a successful day for Ferrari.
Speaking of Red Bull: Sergio Perez ended up outside the top ten for the fourth time in a row.
Lando Norris once again impressed as he finished fourth but the British rider needs to bring that form into the race which he has lacked in recent races despite impressive qualifying performances.
Lewis Hamilton finished fifth with Lance Stroll sixth, ahead of his Aston Martin teammate Fernando Alonso.
Stroll finishes ahead of Alonso for the first time this season but maintaining that position throughout the race will be a difficult task for the Aston Martin driver.
Many driver laps were canceled due to track restrictions, with the track in Austria proving to be a challenge for all drivers.
Verstappen noted that the many missed qualifying laps made F1 drivers seem like amateurs.
Track boundaries are simply defined as the white lines surrounding the race surface. When the four wheels of the car cross these, the car is found to have overstepped the track limits.