Vettel takes the lead of the championship by one point as the series moves to Silverstone for the British Grand Prix next week.
"We are all having the challenge of seeking additional income, and that has been equally hard for Liberty", Wolff said.
"Of course we're not playing in the (soccer) World Cup so it's a bit easier for them to come over here, but in general, great support", grinned the 20-year-old Dutch driver. "Red Bull and Ferrari are not going to rest on their laurels", he said.
"The vehicle feels better in certain areas and it was already great last week - I'd like more of it please!"
How did Verstappen do it?
But while Red Bull and Ferrari quickly brought in both drivers for fresh tyres, the Mercedes garage did not make the same call for Hamilton.
France's Romain Grosjean scored his first points of the season with a bang, finishing a lapped fourth for the USA -owned Haas team, who also had Denmark's Kevin Magnussen taking the chequered flag in fifth. Hats off to him because the tyres were so crucial there, you see the blisters and everything that's going on, he just managed to keep those temperatures down and manage it all the way through.
"Unbelievable", added Horner. "He was keeping the rear left cooler than the rear right, and the rear left here is the one that takes all the load. In the last three races, he's been first, second and third with three very impressive drives".
As his rivals struggled in the warmer than expected conditions, with the likes of his team mate Ricciardo and Hamilton forced to pit because of blistering tyres, Verstappen appeared to have no such problems and was able to manage his beautifully to make a one-stop work.
The Dutch tyro grabbed victory after both Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas pulled up with power and gearbox failures respectively as their team's run of four straight Austrian wins came to an abrupt end at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg.
Grosjean and Magnussen delivered big points for Haas after eight races of underdelivery by the team that started the season with the fourth-fastest auto. "Today was a really good day for me and I just hope we can continue like this". "Even if you can put on another 50 milliseconds for the race, you will do it because that might be the difference". Kevin Magnussen ensured there was more reason for the Haas team to smile, finishing in fifth place.
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