Valtteri Bottas found himself at the top of the various hills and mountains at the Red Bull Ring, with Sebastian Vettel alongside him on the front row. Despite qualifying third, Lewis Hamilton will start eighth.
The heavily documented collision between Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton has overawed the rest of the first Azeri labelled Grand Prix. VAVEL looks back on the main focal point, plus some more stories from an eventful weekend.
Well, Jake Nichol has the unenviable task of summing that up. His race report will be ready shortly, but for now - I've been James Eagles; thanks for joining me and I'll see you in Austria.
We'll take a look at the order:
Courtesy of Kamui Kobayashi, the #7 Toyota holds the ultimate lap record around the Circuit de la Sarthe - meaning that the Japanese manufacturer take their first Le Mans pole for 3 years. G-Drive #26 takes pole in LMP2 whilst Aston Martin #97 celebrates topping GTE Pro, whilst Corvette #50 takes the spoils in GTE Am.
Toyota claimed provisional pole at Le Mans with the #7 car, Kamui Kobayashi setting the fastest time ahead of the Toyota #8. TDS Racing #28 took the spoils in LMP2, with Aston Martin doing the double in the GTE categories.