Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton will be aiming for his first win of the season while Ferrari's Carlos Sainz is hungry for another Formula One victory heading into Sunday's Austrian Prix.
It took Sainz 150 races to finally win at a crash-marred Silverstone last Sunday, when Hamilton collected a second straight podium to underline how the Mercedes upgrades are paying off.
The seven-time F1 champion has won at least one race in each of the past 15 seasons in F1 and needs one more win to eclipse Michael Schumacher and set another record, to go with 103 wins and 103 pole positions.
Lewis Hamilton struggles
But Hamilton's Mercedes team struggled to adapt to the new F1 rules and "ground effect"—where the floor generates aerodynamic grip and causes bouncing.
Back-to-back podiums make him confident a first win is approaching, after last winning 12 races ago at the penultimate race of 2021 in Saudi Arabia.
Sprint for points
Austria is the second race this season featuring a sprint race, where the winner collects eight extra points. Verstappen overtook Leclerc to win it in Imola then won the race with a fastest lap bonus for a maximum of 34 points overall.
When: July 10 (Sunday)
Where to Watch: Star Sports Select 2, Star Sports Select 2 HD
Live Streaming: Hotstar
Timing: 06:55 pm IST onwards