Jenson Button made a stunning performance in qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix and will start Sunday’s race from third on the grid.
The Brit originally setting the fifth fastest time in a wet-dry qualifying session at the Red Bull Ring
Button benefitted grid penalties of Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel, the McLaren driver will be elevated to third place, an incredible return for a driver who has not started a Grand Prix from the top ten since 2014.
McLaren second speedy Fernando Alonso wound up a provisional 14th on the grid as a result.
Lewis Hamilton will start tomorrow’s race from pole position, sharing the front row with Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg.