At the Austrian race when F1 returns in the Covid-19 season, world champion Lewis Hamilton will start right after the team-mate who won the pole – Valtteri Bottas.

Bottas beat Hamilton to the pole in Austria

The classification race at the Austrian Grand Prix (Austria) tonight (July 4) has witnessed the superiority of two main drivers on the Mercedes team. Valtteri Bottas won the pole when the best racing result in a lap was 1 minute 2,939 seconds.

Results of the race for the Grand Prix in Austria this year

The reigning F1 world champion – Lewis Hamilton ranked second in the ranking results when achieving 1 minute of 2,951 seconds. Ranked third is the driver Max Verstappen (Red Bull team) with a result of 1 minute 3,477 seconds. The official race will take place on the evening of 5/7 at the Red Bull Ring racecourse in Spielberg, Austria.

Gilbert Burns was positive for COVID-19

On the morning of July 4, sources said Gilbert Burns, a Brazilian boxer who will compete for the Uter Welterweight UFC at the upcoming UFC 251, was positive for Covid-19. As such, his match with defending champion Kamaru Usman on Fight Island will be canceled.

According to the schedule, Burns has moved from Florida where he trains to Las Vegas – the gathering place for UFC fighters to move to Duel Island. During testing here, Gilbert Burns and his two teammates who supported him for the match, younger brother Hebert Burns and Wrestling coach Greg Jones were also confirmed with Covid-19.

Suddenly famous racing team staff

Pep Toni Escandell – male massage instructor of the famous cycling team Movistar has just died at the age of 52 because of heart failure after the whole team focused on training in Andorra.

No. 3 player in the world dropped out of the US Open

Dominic Thiem – the Austrian male tennis player who is ranked 3rd in the ATP Rankings (after Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal) has just confirmed he will not attend the Citi Open, the ATP 500 tournament in Washington D.C. (USA). But in return, Thiem said he will still compete in the Cincinnati Masters before going to New York for the US Open (August 24 – September 13) this year.