Formula One has had crazy memorable races, but Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix will go down in history as the shortest ‘race’ and ex in history. Well can you even call it a race? The race essentially was a three-lap procession around the circuit behind the safety car, to reach the minimum required for points to
Month: August 2021
Round fourteen sees Formula One return to Zandvoort after thirty-five years for the Dutch Grand Prix. Zandvoort hosted its first Grand Prix in 1948 before four years later becoming a round of the championship in 1952, but this year’s race marks the first race since 1984. Zandvoort is a popular holiday resort about half an
Po Name Nat Team Time Points 1 Max Verstappen NED Red Bull – Honda 00:03:27.071 2 George Russell GBR Williams – Mercedes +00:01.995 3 Sir Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes +00:02.601 4 Daniel Ricciardo AUS McLaren – Mercedes +00:07.491 5 Sebastian Vettel GER Aston Martin – BWT Mercedes +00:07.479 6 Pierre Gasly FRA Alpha Tauri –
Max Verstappen will be credited with the victory in the Belgian Grand Prix after just three laps were completed behind the safety car. The conditions at Spa-Francorchamps were awful with severe and persistent wet weather, the race started behind the safety car and turned into a procession for three laps. The first attempted restart was
Po Name Nat Team Q1 Q2 Q3 1 Max Verstappen NED Red Bull – Honda 01:58.717 01:56.559 01:59.765 2 George Russell GBR Williams – Mercedes 01:59.864 01:59.950 02:00.086 3 Sir Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 01:59.218 01:56.229 02:00.099 4 Daniel Ricciardo AUS McLaren – Mercedes 02:01.583 01:57.127 02:00.864 5 Sebastian Vettel GER Aston Martin – BWT
BELGIAN GP – Max Verstappen denies George Russell a maiden pole admit a chaotic and drama-filled qualifying
Max Verstappen has denied George Russell a surprise pole position in a wet mixed up qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver went three tenths faster than the Williams in difficult conditions, the Dutchman looking to pull it together on the final lap. Pole gives Verstappen a boost as he heads into
The main news stories and analysis from Spa ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix. As well as a look at what this means both for this weekend and the championship battle across the field, as well as for the rest of the season.
BELGIAN GP – Max Verstappen fastest by four-hundredths in FP2 despite crashing, Valtteri Bottas second
Max Verstappen was fastest in second practice for the Belgian Grand Prix after going four hundredths faster than Valtteri Bottas. The Red Bull driver set a 44.472 in the second half of the session to move ahead of both Mercedes, however, crashed the car during his race simulation on the exit of Le Combe. Verstappen
Valtteri Bottas was fastest in first practice for the Belgian Grand Prix, the Mercedes driver set a 45.199 on the soft tyre which put him over a tenth faster than the Red Bull of Max Verstappen. This weekend is set to be another battle between Mercedes and Red Bull as the season resumes following the
The latest news and analysis behind the headlines from Formula One ahead of this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, exploring the day’s events from a global perspective.