A fateful collision between Dutch Formula 1 superstar Max Verstappen and Lando Norris has led to George Russell winning the Austrian Grand Prix.

As previously reported by The Dallas Express, Verstappen fended off Norris last Sunday in the Spanish Grand Prix. The victory was Verstappen’s seventh win in 10 races and his third straight notch at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalonia, per Auto Blog.

Here is some of what Alex Kalinauckas reported on this Sunday’s race for Motorsport:

George Russell won an Austrian Grand Prix that was transformed dramatically when long-time leader Max Verstappen collided with long-time pursuer Lando Norris.


The Red Bull and McLaren pair made contact at the Red Bull Ring’s tight, uphill Turn 3 with seven laps of the 71-lap contest after Norris had dramatically cut into Verstappen’s lead after the Dutchman had suffered a long second stop.


Several times Norris attacked at Turn 3 all while accruing track limits strikes during his chase to get into and remain in Verstappen’s DRS range.


On lap 59, Norris dived to the inside and locked up as Verstappen moved across, which meant the McLaren slid off into the runoff and let the Red Bull by on the run to Turn 4.


This was not enough to stop Norris from getting a five-second time addition for traversing track limits a fourth time in his off, but this did not matter as the pair came to blows even before it was dished out.


On lap 54, Norris moved to Verstappen’s outside as Turn 3 approached and when the Red Bull moved left they touched and both went off with punctures.

To read more about the Austrian Grand Prix results, please click HERE.