Updated: Sep 26
In a wet qualifying, Max Verstappen got the pole!
Back to Spa-Francorchamps
Formula-1 is back to the Belgium for today's race, two years after the infamous fatal crash in F2 series, where we have lost Anthoine Hubert and one day after, Charles Leclerc won the race dedicating his winning to his fellow friend, rest in peace.
Last Race in the Belgium 2020
Hamilton won the Belgium GP, giving no chances for the other drivers, Bottas finished on 2nd position and Verstappen finished in 3rd, then to complete, Daniel Riccardo finished in 4th, so we did not have changes on the first four places.
The race itself was not the most exciting, except for a few moments, when we had a Safety car entrance due to the crash of Antonio Giovanazzi from Alfa Romeo and George Russell from Williams, who was unable to avoid to crash into the missing wheel in the track, also crashing into the barriers.
Esteban Ocon passed Alex Albon on the last lap finishing in 5th and Alex in 6th, just ahead of the Lando Norris in 7th. Pierre Gasly had a good racing finishing in 8th, just ahead of the two Racing Points, Stroll in 9th and Perez in 10th.
The Ferraris had a disappointing race, finishing in 13th with Vettel and 14th with Leclerc, reversed from their starting grid position and unfortunately far away from the front cars.
The highlights of the race can be checked out on the link below, please, have it a look.
What to expect from Belgium GP 2021?
Verstappen will start in the pole with George Russell just behind him with his Williams, the British driver did an outstanding job, out performance Lewis Hamilton, who will start in third, just ahead of Daniel Riccardo from McLaren, the Australian also did an awesome work yesterday.
Vettel will start in fifth, ahead of Pierre Gasly in sixth, Peréz will be in seventh and Esteban Ocon in eighth.
Promoted to the ninth position, it will be Lando Norris, who had previously an accident the the Eau Rouge, fortunately with no consequences for the British driver.
Charles Leclerc will start in tenth, completing the top ten, the complete grid start positions can be seen by clicking here.
Well, if the race start in wet conditions like it was the Qualifying, we might have an unpredictable race, but if no rain, then it is possible that we will see a battle between the two champions contenders, Verstappen and Hamilton.
We hope to see a good race in Belgium, please, see the highlight for the Qualifying on the link below.
Schedule for the Grand Prix
Race will light out today, August 29th, 2021 at 3:00 pm local time, 10:00am Brasilia time or 03:00pm Rome and Amsterdam time, or 02:00pm London time, or 09:00pm Taipei time. Let us watch the race in Belgium!