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Belgian GP Race – Results


Sebastian Vettel wins the Belgian Grand Prix for the second time ever and he made it look easy.

Sebastian_Vettel-Belgian_GP-WinnerMercedes’ Lewis Hamilton started from pole for the fourth race in succession after coming through a thrilling wet-dry qualifying on Saturday. Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel started alongside him on row one while Mark Webber started third for Red Bull, with the second Mercedes of Nico Rosberg fourth.

Paul di Resta, who for much of Q3 had looked set for pole, is fifth, alongside McLaren’s Jenson Button and the two Lotus cars and the two Ferraris completed the top ten.

In the end Vettel wins in style at Spa-Francorchamps, almost 17 seconds clear of the hard-charging Alonso, who comes from ninth on the grid to finish second while pole man Hamilton completes the podium in third, just ahead of Mercedes team mate Rosberg.

Belgian Grand Prix full race results:

Pos. Drivers Teams Time Gap
01. Deutschland Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing 1:52.603  
02. Spain Fernando Alonso Scuderia Ferrari 1:52.298 16.800
03. United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Mercedes AMG Petronas 1:52.375 27.700
04. Deutschland Nico Rosberg Mercedes AMG Petronas 1:51.960 29.800
05. Australia Mark Webber Red Bull Racing 1:53.810 33.800
06. France Romain Grosjean Lotus F1 1:52.332 40.700
07. United Kingdom Jenson Button Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:53.099 53.800
08. Brazil Felipe Massa Scuderia Ferrari 1:52.942 55.800
09. Deutschland Adrian Sutil Sahara Force India 1:52.891 69.500
10. Australia Daniel Ricciardo Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:52.728 73.400
11. Mexico Sergio Perez Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:54.114 81.900
12. France Jean-Eric Vergne Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:54.347 86.700
13. Deutschland Nico Hulkenberg Sauber F1 Team 1:53.575 88.200
14. Mexico Esteban Guti√©rrez Sauber F1 Team 1:52.717  
15. Finland Valtteri Bottas Williams F1 Team 1:54.364  
16. Holland Giedo van der Garde Caterham F1 Team 1:53.995 1 laps
17. Venezuela Pastor Maldonado Williams F1 Team 1:55.668 1 laps
18. France Jules Bianchi Marussia F1 Team 1:59.382 1 laps
19. United Kingdom Max Chilton Marussia F1 Team 1:57.978 2 laps
20. United Kingdom Paul di Resta Sahara Force India RETIRED 18 laps
21. Finland Kimi Raikkonen Lotus F1 RETIRED 19 laps
22. France Charles Pic Caterham F1 Team RETIRED 36 laps