He was catching up but the problem in the last stint was that I had a massive blister in the rear left since lap five or so; that made it quite tricky. I felt much happier in the second stint, second part of the race. Five in a row is awesome, but to get it here in Austria… Q: He had a run down the outside into turn four; I thought he might have you there. I wasn’t going to brake if I didn’t need to but yeah, I thought it was clean and fair so that’s good. © Sutton Images race winner Valtteri Bottas (FIN) Mercedes AMG F1 and Daniel Ricciardo (AUS) Red Bull Racing celebrate on the podium at Formula One World Championship, Rd9, Austrian Grand Prix, Race, Spielberg, Austria, Sunday 9 July 2017. I preferred the car, just not enough time, like Russia, I ran out of time.In the beginning I could control the pace but in the end the backmarkers made it quite tricky but I’m really happy. Thank you guys for the support and a massive thank you to the team (for) making this possible so thank you guys. In the first part of the race I was struggling a little bit to feel the car but then as soon as we put (on) the supersoft tyre, the car came alive and I had really good pace. You know Max got the home podium last year and I was a bit envious, so it’s nice to be up here this year. Q: Now I haven’t been up on the podium since you started the shoey stuff, so I hope you’re not going to deny me the honour… © Sutton Images Sebastian Vettel (GER) Ferrari celebrates on the podium with the champagne at Formula One World Championship, Rd9, Austrian Grand Prix, Race, Spielberg, Austria, Sunday 9 July 2017. Q: Half on eye on the championship today, you’ve extended that gap to Hamilton. It’s been a race where the last couple of years it wasn’t really going in my direction so I’m happy to be on the podium, I think it’s a really nice trophy. Obviously I have a bit of a background with Austria so yeah, I really wanted to win so probably not entirely happy because I didn’t. It’s, for us as a team, as a brand, y’know, Red Bull, this weekend’s always a big one.An Attractive Stranger's Jokes Can Reveal Their Intentions If you're looking for love and the person you're chatting with is using the old flirtatious-teasing approach (think self-deprecating jokes or using other people, like, well, you, as the punch line), you're probably not after the same thing.Both men and women tend to use this type of negative humor when they're interested in something short-term, found forthcoming research led by Theresa Di Donato, Ph D, an associate professor of psychology at Loyola University Maryland.The rate of women working outside the home is one of the highest in the industrialized world.Meeting and Greeting Adapted from material compiled by Window on the World, a cross-cultural training and consulting firm."The rather undesirable aspects, like self-absorbedness, arrogance and entitlement, are harder to recognize at first." Jauk says narcissists may even try to charm people they're not actually interested in because they crave admiration from everyone, not just the people they like.(If you've got a narcissist in your life, romantic or not, we've got advice on how to deal with them here.) 2.
Austria has a small online dating scene compared to its neighbor Germany.
Austrians have a great love for the outdoors (i.e., walking, skiing, climbing, etc.).
Although predominantly Catholic (89%), traditional family values have been weakened by modern life and government legislation.
Following the First Republic, Austrofascism tried to keep Austria independent from the German Reich.
Engelbert Dollfuss accepted that Austrians were Germans but wanted Austria to remain independent from a largely Protestant Germany.