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Red Bull had grave tyre worries but Pirelli said the blistering was caused by their set-up.
Button’s recovery drive from 13th to third was delayed by first-lap damage.
Alonso led the race early on but fell back after switching to the medium tyres.
Mercedes had their best result of the season so far in Spa.
Petrov says Renault have made “a big step forward” with the R31.
Collisions with other cars defined the races of both the Sauber drivers.
Both Force India drivers started in the bottom half of the field after a poor qualifying session.
Both Toro Rosso drivers blamed rival for crashing into them at Spa.
Pastor Maldonado had a controversial Saturday but scored his first point on Sunday.
Daniel Ricciardo led the Lotuses and Virgins before his car failed.
Both Lotuses finished the race despite making contact at the first corner.
Timo Glock offered his apologies to Paul di Resta for hitting him at the first corner.
All the stats and facts from the Belgian Grand Prix.
In the round-up: the FIA is planning two separate DRS zones at the Italian Grand Prix.