The German will go into the finale of the European Formula 3 season with an outside chance of taking the title.
2017 FIA European Formula 3 Championship – Red Bull Ring
The Russian took two podium finishes in Austria, with the second one the result of late race retirements and penalties for other drivers!
The Briton was on course to win the championship in Austria but a last lap clash with Ralf Aron means he will have to wait until the final round of the season in Germany.
The Swede had his strongest weekend for a while with two wins and a second place at the Red Bull Ring.
The Briton will head into the season finale at the Hockenheimring fourth in the championship standings after a retirement in race three ended a strong weekend for the Prema Powerteam driver.
Lando Norris will have to wait until the Hockenheimring next month for the next opportunity to claim the title after being crashed out of the final race of the weekend in Austria by Ralf Aron.
Joel Eriksson led from start to finish in race two at the Red Bull Ring, but Lando Norris’ second place moved him ever closer to the 2017 FIA European Formula 3 Championship title.
After a few rounds where he was nowhere in qualifying, Joel Eriksson returned to form superbly at the Red Bull ring, securing a double pole for races two and three.
Callum Ilott took his fifth victory of the season, leading from start to finish at the Red Bull Ring despite early pressure from Joel Eriksson.
Callum Ilott secured his eighth pole position of the season as the Briton led a Prema Powerteam 1-2 in the opening qualifying session of the weekend at the Red Bull Ring.
Devlin DeFrancesco will race in the final two races of the European Formula 3 Championship with Carlin, starting this weekend in Austria.