Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa claimed only the second all-Ferrari front row of the season to give the Scuderia the best chance of success in the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps.

Although both Ferraris and the two McLarens of Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso had proven evenly matched throughout the weekend, it was Raikkonen who proved to have most in his armoury when it mattered, setting himself on course for a possible hat-trick of victories at Spa by clocking 1min 45.994secs to head his team-mate by a hundredth of a second.

Alonso survived a spin on his first flying lap to bounce back into third, leaving points leader Hamilton on the outside of row two.

Full report and result to follow...

 

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