Hamilton clinched victory after last-lap contact with Rosberg
Lewis Hamilton reduced the gap at the top of the championship to just 11 points after passing teammate Nico Rosberg on the very last lap of the Austrian Grand Prix.
Rosberg had led for the majority of the race after fighting back from sixth on the grid, but the 31-year-old broke his front wing whilst attempting to keep Hamilton behind him, eventually limping over the line in fourth.
At the time of writing, Rosberg faces an investigation for causing the collision and for failing to stop with a damaged car. The stewards don’t appear to blame Hamilton, although the incident will no doubt provoke cries of foul play from fans of both drivers.
And while Mercedes continue to hold a comfortable lead over Ferrari in the constructors standings, they will surely be aggrieved at yet more points dropped thanks to their drivers’ inability to race cleanly wheel to wheel.
So who was a fault? We’ll leave that one up to you…