F1 » Hamilton wins F1 2010 Belgian GP


Lewis Hamilton comes through to take a superb victory in Belgium for McLaren ahead of Red Bull Racing's Mark Webber and Renault man Robert Kubica.

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FooAtari .

August 29, 2010 2:36 PM
Last Edited 1425 days ago

Awesome race by Hamilton, goes some way to make up for getting robbed in 08.

Great result for Webber too, well driven after poor start.

In fact neither driver could have asked for a better result with Button, Vettel and Alonso not scoring.

Talking of Vettel, where on earth was his head today?? Sure, he is a very quick driver, but sometimes he seems more like a liability than an asset. How many mistakes has he made this year now? Maybe he just needs a little more experience or some mentoring to calm him down.

Anyway great race, by far and away the best track on the calendar. Makes those middle eastern tracks look like a joke, and tracks like Spa get about 3 times as many spectators too

Ryan - Unregistered

August 29, 2010 2:42 PM

Drive of the day - Michael Schumacher by far, 14 places gained, ****** of the day - Vettel, dangerous move of the day (ironic as this may seem) - Barrichello could have easily come off the brakes and missed alonso, 5 place grid penalty is in order I think.

Paul - Unregistered

August 29, 2010 2:44 PM

When the Mclaren is even remotely competitive Hamilton is a serious candidate for the win excellent drive.
Shame about Kubica he had second locked until the final pitstop but good race non the less.
I guess the whole number one driver at redbull was settled today huh?
LOL

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