Full race results from Sunday's Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps.

1. Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport 44 laps
2. Sebastian Vettel GER Scuderia Ferrari +2.358s
3. Daniel Ricciardo
AUS Red Bull Racing-TAG Heuer +10.791s
4. Kimi Raikkonen
FIN Scuderia Ferrari +14.471s
5. Valtteri Bottas
FIN Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport +16.456s
6. Nico Hulkenberg GER Renault Sport F1 +28.087s
7. Romain Grosjean FRA Haas-Ferrari +31.553s
8. Felipe Massa BRA Williams Martini Racing-Mercedes +36.649s
9. Esteban Ocon FRA Sahara Force India-Mercedes +38.154s
10. Carlos Sainz Jr. ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso-Renault +39.447s
11. Lance Stroll CAN Williams Martini Racing-Mercedes +48.999s
12. Daniil Kvyat
RUS Scuderia Toro Rosso-Renault +49.940s
13. Jolyon Palmer
GBR Renault Sport F1 +53.239s
14. Stoffel Vandoorne
BEL McLaren-Honda +57.078s
15. Kevin Magnussen
DEN Haas-Ferrari +67.262s
16. Marcus Ericsson
SWE Sauber-Ferrari +69.711s
17. Sergio Perez
MEX Sahara Force India-Mercedes + 2 laps


Fernando Alonso ESP McLaren-Honda 25 laps
Max Verstappen NED Red Bull Racing-TAG Heuer 7 laps
Pascal Wehrlein GER Sauber-Ferrari 2 laps


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Enormous pressure impressively withstood. Congrats Lewis!

Is it people losing interest in F1 that has resulted in hardly any posts appearing? The motogp stories nearly all have several posts, wheras F1 has about 4 in total. Perhaps F1 fans have abandoned the new format crash with its dodgy clock. I've seen virtually none of the former regular posters recently.

I watch the races but there's not a lot to comment on. Ferrari has settled on #1 driver, Merc isn't, races go one way or the other, regardless it's "watch one hour after the start and after 3 laps, start skipping a lap at a time checking if position changes until pit action, then resume". I can't believe I am paying for this. Today at least Ocon and Perez provided some action along with Kimi/Ricciardo double pass on the restart. But it is not a lot of action for the money.

I have to admit that F1 doesn't excite me like it used to.  I no longer wake up at 5AM to watch live like I did for decades.  Having said that the format of this site is terrible now.  I miss the section where you could follow just the comments.  I also miss being able to upvote or downvote the comments.

A lot of the time you cannot comment, when you try to post it simply says an error occured. This might also be unsuccessful.

People are bored with it. Too predictable compared to Motogp where anyone of 10 riders could win. Every race in Motogp is exciting along with far higher skill factor. 

The new version of the website doesn't help either. And I think long time users/members here are pissed about not having a way to upvote or downvote posts too. The new format frankly sucks.


As for the race, not too much to comment on by me. The one to the first corner on the first lap won the race, as usual.

Personally I don't like the new 'Crash' site. It seems like 10 steps backwards to me. Where I used to visit daily for my Motorsports updates I now find it frustrating so don't bother.  

who cares about up or down votes?  they mean nothing.

but as for the race, it appears that merc played rather sneaky.  their new engine was supposed to use only .9 l of oil to prevent accusations of oil burning, but as the rule did not come into play unti  1 sept, they produced an oil burner engine as it was still technically legal for this race.

Spoken like someone who used to get a fair amount of down votes.  ;-) Seriously though this site has always been about the comment section and not the articles.  Why they chose to remove much of the functionality of being able to monitor and look for comments seems like a real step backwards.  Plus it is very frustrating to write a thoughtful comment only to get an error message which prevents you from posting.  


You rarely comment like you used to.  So something must be amiss for you too.