2021 F1 Belgian Grand Prix - RESULTS
1Max VerstappenNEDRed Bull Racing-
2George RussellGBRWilliams Racing+ 2.198s
3Lewis HamiltonGBRMercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team+ 3.518s
4Daniel RicciardoAUSMcLaren F1 Team+ 5.951s
5Sebastian VettelGERAston Martin Cognizant Formula One Team+ 7.894s
6Pierre GaslyFRAScuderia AlphaTauri Honda+ 10.275s
7Esteban OconFRAAlpine F1 Team+ 11.791s
8Charles LeclercMONScuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow+ 13.217s
9Nicholas LatifiCANWilliams Racing+ 15.634s
10Carlos SainzESPScuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow+ 16.961s
11Fernando AlonsoESPAlpine F1 Team+ 20.259s
12Valtteri BottasFINMercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team+ 21.946s
13Antonio GiovinazziITAAlfa Romeo Racing Orlen+ 23.530s
14Lando NorrisGBRMcLaren F1 Team+ 26.085s
15Yuki TsunodaJPNScuderia AlphaTauri Honda+ 28.781s
16Mick SchumacherGERUralkali Haas F1 Team+ 30.900s
17Nikita MazepinRUSUralkali Haas F1 Team+ 32.687s
18Lance StrollCANAston Martin Cognizant Formula One Team+ 34.838s
19Kimi RaikkonenFINAlfa Romeo Racing Orlen+ 36.322s
20Sergio PerezMEXRed Bull Racing+ 38.690s

After a four-week summer break, Formula 1 is back for the Belgian Grand Prix at the legendary Spa-Francorchamps circuit.

Suited in the heart of the Ardennes, the 7-kilometre track is stepped in F1 folklore.

A fan favourite for its iconic corners - Eau Rouge, Les Combes, Pouhon and Blanchimont - Spa is a track everyone loves.

Its geographical position means rain is always a possibility. 

Lewis Hamilton heads to Belgium with an eight point lead over Max Verstappen in the drivers’ championship.

Mercedes’ upgrade for the British GP appears to have taken the world champions a step forward but it would be foolish to rule out Red Bull.

Valtteri Bottas is unlikely to be in the mix after picking up a five-place grid penalty last time out.

The long straights are expected to suit McLaren in the race for third.

Recent Belgian GP Winners:

2020: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2019: Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)

2018: Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)

2017: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2016: Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)

2015: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2014: Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)

2013: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull)

2012: Jenson Button (McLaren)

2011: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull)

Remainder of the 2021 F1 calendar:

Dutch Grand Prix - September 5

Italian Grand Prix - September 12

Russian Grand Prix - September 26

Turkish Grand Prix - October 10

United States Grand Prix - October 24

Mexican Grand Prix - November 7

Brazilian Grand Prix - November 14

TBA - November 21

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix - December 5

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - December 12