Formula 1 season is back after three weeks break with Belgian Grand Prix taking place this weekend at the famous Spa-Francorchamps circuit from Friday, 26 August to Sunday, 28th August. Lewis Hamilton is a superb run of form and now leads the championship table by 19 points with only nine races left in the season. Nico Rosberg is close second and we can expect Mercedes to continue their dominance this weekend in Belgium.
Round 13 of the 21 races scheduled this season is set to take place at the famous Spa-Francorchamps circuit and it is a massive race which might end up defining the title race as Hamilton’s win will increase his lead from 19 points to anywhere between 25 to 30. There is not much to play for apart from title race as Ferrari and Red Bull has been unable to cope with Mercedes pace.
Lewis Hamilton was the winner in 2015 with a superb performance where he used two-stop strategy. He will be favorite yet again having already won 6 grand prizes this season.
Nico Rosberg has been off the pace after brilliant start to the season and now trails Hamilton by 19 points. He needs to put his act together from now to the end of the season if he were to challenge from F1 title this season or Hamilton will get away this fourth world title with ease.
Full Race Replay Video Highlights: We will be placing full-length replay video of Belgian Grand Prix after the race and the video will take about 2-3 hours to upload and to be posted here. You can keep checking after the race for full video replay which will only be available for next 24 hours before it’s removed from this page.
Lewis Hamilton took his sixth consecutive pole position this season on Saturday, Belgian Grand Prix as he recorded 0.458 seconds faster than team-mate Nico Rosberg. While Valtteri Bottas was the third quickest of the two Mercedez drivers. On this page, you will find qualifying results and Sunday’s full race replay video.
Belgian Grand Prix – Race Results:
Once the race is over we will update the results from Sunday action right here which should be updated immediately after the chequered flag.
Hamilton is leading the driver’s championship with 227 points, 28 points ahead of his teammate Nico Rosberg who currently is sitting second with 199 points on the championship table. Sebastian Vettel failed to close the gap to the top two after failing to finish the race in points position.
Lotus driver Romain Grosjean finished 4th in the qualifying but will have to start 5 places behind after gearbox penalty. Force India’s Sergio Perez will start 5th on the grid which is his season best finish. Red bull’s Daniel Ricciardo sixth. Here are the full results from Saturday’s Qualifying Rounds.
Belgian Formula 1 2015 Qualifying Results: