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PICTORIAL REVIEW: Belgian Grand Prix

30 August 2013

With so many great pictures appearing on Crash.net over an F1 weekend it can be hard to keep track.

So, here we bring you ten pictures that sum up the 2013 F1 Belgian Grand Prix, a race in which Sebastian Vettel took his fifth victory of the season and further increased his championship advantage.

Enjoy...

Lewis Hamilton keeps the lead off the start and into La Source, elsewhere Mark Webber drops to sixth and Fernando Alonso jumps up from P9 to P5…
Hamilton's lead is short lived and Sebastian Vettel passes the Englishman with staggering ease on the first run through Kemmel Straight…
Vettel starts to pull away and leads by over 4 seconds after just four laps…
Romain Grosjean is passed by Sergio Perez and squeezed off the track at Les Combes on lap 8 – a move that earns the Mexican a drive-thru from the stewards.
Vettel stops on lap 14 and briefly loses the lead as the stops shuffle the order...
Alonso continues his climb up the order and after overtaking Jenson Button and Nico Rosberg earlier on, takes Lewis for third on lap 15. Vettel by now is pulling further and further ahead with his lead up to around 7 secs two laps later...
Kimi Raikkonen's brakes finally give up on lap 26, ending the Finn's run of 27 consecutive points finishes…
A few laps later Paul di Resta is forced out, the innocent victim of events ahead of him when Pastor Maldonado and Adrian Sutil make minor contact, which jolts the Williams into the path of the second Force India...
Vettel crosses the line and takes a dominant win, 16.8 secs up on Alonso.…
Vettel celebrates on the Spa-Francorchamps podium with Alonso and Hamilton. Greenpeace also tries to get in on the act...


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