Formula 1 Race Results

2013 Belgian Grand Prix
August 25 — Spa-Francorchamps
Fastest Lap: Sebastian Vettel (1"50.756)
Practice
Qualification
Race
Pos Pole Change Pts Driver / Team Laps Time/Retired Fastest Lap Speed Trap Avg Speed
1 2 +1▲ 25 Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull Racing
44 1:23:42.196 1:50.756 (40) 306.100 220.817
2 9 +7▲ 18 Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
44 +16.800 1:51.383 (36) 303.000 220.077
3 1 -2▼ 15 Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
44 +27.700 1:51.596 (39) 298.100 219.604
4 4 0 12 Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
44 +29.800 1:51.582 (39) 299.100 219.511
5 3 -2▼ 10 Mark Webber
Red Bull Racing
44 +33.800 1:51.397 (31) 306.100 219.339
6 6 0 8 Jenson Button
McLaren
44 +40.700 1:50.823 (36) 301.200 219.037
7 10 +3▲ 6 Felipe Massa
Ferrari
44 +53.900 1:52.182 (40) 307.200 218.471
8 7 -1▼ 4 Romain Grosjean
Lotus F1 Team
44 +55.800 1:52.497 (34) 297.700 218.388
9 12 +3▲ 2 Adrian Sutil
Sahara Force India
44 +1:9.500 1:52.226 (35) 304.700 217.801
10 19 +9▲ 1 Daniel Ricciardo
Scuderia Toro Rosso
44 +1:13.400 1:50.967 (38) 304.400 217.633
11 13 +2▲ Sergio Perez
McLaren
44 +1:21.900 1:53.472 (34) 299.600 217.272
12 18 +6▲ Jean-Eric Vergne
Scuderia Toro Rosso
44 +1:26.700 1:53.065 (29) 301.500 217.068
13 11 -2▼ Nico Hülkenberg
Sauber
44 +1:28.200 1:53.110 (41) 299.500 217.003
14 21 +7▲ Esteban Gutiérrez
Sauber
44 +1:40.436 1:51.849 (30) 300.100 216.487
15 20 +5▲ Valtteri Bottas
Williams F1
44 +1:47.456 1:52.688 (31) 305.200 216.191
16 14 -2▼ Giedo van der Garde
Caterham F1
43 +1 Laps 1:53.995 (43) 299.900 214.117
17 17 0 Pastor Maldonado
Williams F1
43 +1 Laps 1:52.579 (35) 300.700 214.026
18 15 -3▼ Jules Bianchi
Marussia F1
43 +1 Laps 1:54.894 (37) 293.000 211.945
19 16 -3▼ Max Chilton
Marussia F1
42 +2 Laps 1:54.924 (31) 294.200 210.447
RET 5 Paul di Resta
Sahara Force India
26 1:54.757 (21) 302.700 214.075
RET 8 Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus F1 Team
25 1:53.688 (20) 303.500 215.219
RET 22 Charles Pic
Caterham F1
8 1:57.330 (7) 292.400 207.157
Pole Driver / Team Q1 Time Q2 Time Q3 Time Laps
1 Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
2:0.368 1:49.067 2:1.012 22
2 Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull Racing
2:1.863 1:48.646 2:1.200 19
3 Mark Webber
Red Bull Racing
2:1.597 1:48.641 2:1.325 20
4 Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
2:1.099 1:48.552 2:2.251 20
5 Paul di Resta
Sahara Force India
2:2.338 1:48.925 2:2.332 22
6 Jenson Button
McLaren
2:1.301 1:48.641 2:3.075 21
7 Romain Grosjean
Lotus F1 Team
2:2.476 1:48.649 2:3.081 22
8 Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus F1 Team
2:1.151 1:48.296 2:3.390 22
9 Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
2:0.190 1:48.309 2:3.482 21
10 Felipe Massa
Ferrari
2:1.462 1:49.020 2:4.059 21
11 Nico Hülkenberg
Sauber
2:1.712 1:49.088 17
12 Adrian Sutil
Sahara Force India
2:2.749 1:49.103 17
13 Sergio Perez
McLaren
2:2.425 1:49.304 16
14 Giedo van der Garde
Caterham F1
2:0.564 1:52.036 15
15 Jules Bianchi
Marussia F1
2:2.110 1:52.563 16
16 Max Chilton
Marussia F1
2:2.948 1:52.762 17
17 Pastor Maldonado
Williams F1
2:3.072 10
18 Jean-Eric Vergne
Scuderia Toro Rosso
2:3.300 10
19 Daniel Ricciardo
Scuderia Toro Rosso
2:3.317 10
20 Valtteri Bottas
Williams F1
2:3.432 10
21 Esteban Gutiérrez
Sauber
2:4.324 10
22 Charles Pic
Caterham F1
2:7.384 8
Driver / Team P1 Time P1 Laps P2 Time P2 Laps P3 Time P3 Laps Total Laps
Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull Racing
1:55.636 14 1:49.331 22 1:48.327 16 52
Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
1:55.198 11 1:50.510 21 1:48.432 14 46
Mark Webber
Red Bull Racing
1:58.929 12 1:49.390 34 1:48.533 16 62
Jean-Eric Vergne
Scuderia Toro Rosso
1:57.084 17 1:50.253 28 1:48.776 15 60
Felipe Massa
Ferrari
1:56.863 10 1:50.164 27 1:48.788 15 52
Jenson Button
McLaren
1:57.281 14 1:51.195 28 1:48.882 13 55
Esteban Gutiérrez
Sauber
1:55.954 18 1:51.644 26 1:48.930 18 62
Romain Grosjean
Lotus F1 Team
2:3.176 15 1:50.149 34 1:48.967 14 63
Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
1:55.614 10 1:50.601 33 1:48.993 16 59
Kimi Räikkönen
Lotus F1 Team
1:59.441 11 1:50.318 33 1:49.008 17 61
Daniel Ricciardo
Scuderia Toro Rosso
1:56.770 14 1:51.447 26 1:49.035 15 55
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
1:57.358 10 1:50.751 27 1:49.046 17 54
Adrian Sutil
Sahara Force India
1:55.373 11 1:50.629 30 1:49.122 15 56
Valtteri Bottas
Williams F1
1:56.858 18 1:51.568 28 1:49.177 15 61
Paul di Resta
Sahara Force India
1:55.224 10 1:50.611 27 1:49.226 14 51
Sergio Perez
McLaren
1:55.518 14 1:50.536 27 1:49.417 14 55
Nico Hülkenberg
Sauber
1:56.110 11 1:50.972 33 1:49.478 19 63
Pastor Maldonado
Williams F1
1:57.081 14 1:50.991 28 1:50.418 14 56
Charles Pic
Caterham F1
1:57.821 16 1:53.251 29 1:51.416 15 60
Giedo van der Garde
Caterham F1
1:57.887 16 1:53.157 21 1:51.800 18 55
Jules Bianchi
Marussia F1
1:59.209 12 1:53.482 28 1:52.221 17 57
Max Chilton
Marussia F1
1:58.600 14 1:54.418 12 1:53.507 18 44

Race Review

Sebastian Vettel passed Lewis Hamilton for the lead of the Belgian Grand Prix on the very first lap, and led every lap until the finish of the race. The rest of the field had no answer to the pace of the World Champion in the Red Bull, although Fernando Alonso did his best to challenge in a much improved Ferrari. Alonso finished second, ahead of pole-sitter Lewis Hamilton in third. Throughout the weekend, it has been expected that there would be rain during the race. But this afternoon the rain failed to materialise, which gave Vettel the smooth, controlled race he wanted at the front. Despite the lack of changing weather, the race was exciting and action-packed from start to finish, with plenty of overtaking in various parts of the circuit. Fernando Alonso regained his second place in the Drivers' Championship by finishing second at Spa today. He is in serious need of a win, which has eluded him since the Spanish Grand Prix in May. Although second place is a strong result, the gap to championship leader Vettel has increased to 46 points after this race.  Alonso's race was typically aggressive and determined. He made his way through from ninth on the grid to second in the first half of the race, and stayed there until the chequered flag. On the podium, Alonso appeared quite subdued, clearly not satisfied with second place despite producing an impressive drive. Lewis Hamilton made a decent start from pole position, but did not have the pace on the opening lap to keep Vettel behind him. But Hamilton managed his pace through the race, losing position only to Alonso over the course of the rest of the race. In the end, Hamilton held on to third place ahead of his team-mate, Nico Rosberg, and the second Red Bull of Mark Webber. Jenson Button scored a strong sixth place finish for McLaren, ahead of Felipe Massa in the second Ferrari and Romain Grosjean in the sole remaining Lotus. Kimi Raikkonen retired on lap 25 due to brake failure on his Lotus after driving an attacking race up to that point. Adrian Sutil finished ninth for Force India with Daniel Ricciardo tenth for Toro Rosso after a fighting drive from 19th on the grid. The major incident of the race occurred when Pastor Maldonado found himself fighting with a Sauber and both Force Indias. Maldonado attacked the Sauber ahead, but couldn't make the move stick into the chicane. Adrian Sutil took the chance presented and passed Maldonado round the outside of the second part of the chicane, but clipped Maldonado's front wing along the way.  Maldonado appeared to steer to the right, as though aiming for the pit entry, but simply drove straight into the path of the second Force India of Paul Di Resta. In the ensuing collision, Di Resta's rear suspension was destroyed, which ended his race. Maldonado continued, pitting for a new nose and tyres, but eventually finished a lap down in 17th place. After an impressive qualifying session yesterday, Giedo van der Garde and the Marussia pair of Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton went backwards early in the race, ending up right at the back of the field. Van der Garde finished just ahead of Maldonado, after Maldonado's incident, with Bianchi and Chilton bringing up the rear of the field. Chris Cameron-Dow
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