In the round-up: Carey says F1 can’t work as dictatorship • FIA explain restart procedures were not followed by marshals • Verstappen was warned of clutch problem before start
In the round-up: Chase Carey expected to become new F1 chairman • Ecclestone dismisses replacement rumours • Stroll tipped for Williams race seat
The possibility of Ferrari and Red Bull taking Mercedes on at Spa was wrecked after a first-lap crash which cleared the way for Nico Rosberg to win again.
In the round-up: Ferrari president gives new warning • Magnussen expects Monza return • Verstappen ‘like Senna and Hamilton’
Fernando Alonso admits the prospect of finishing seventh at a circuit like Spa was an ‘unthinkable’ result only a few months ago.
Sergio Perez described fourth and fifth at Spa as an ‘enormous’ result for Force India as they overtook Williams for fourth place in the constructors’ championship.
Lewis Hamilton says finishing on the podium in the Belgian Grand Prix was more than he hoped to achieve after starting from the back of the grid.
Sebastian Vettel says he feels that the blame for the first corner contact between him and team mate Kimi Raikkonen is on Max Verstappen.
Nico Rosberg closed the gap to Lewis Hamilton in the drivers’ championship to nine points, while Force India overtook Williams for fourth in the constructors’.
Nico Rosberg won the Belgian Grand Prix for Mercedes. Daniel Ricciardo finished second for Red Bull, Lewis Hamilton took third after starting last.
Renault’s Kevin Magnussen has been taken to hospital for treatment after suffering a cut left ankle in a heavy crash in the Belgian Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg claimed victory at the Belgian Grand Prix to close the gap in the drivers’ championship to nine points to Lewis Hamilton, who finished third.
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In the round-up: Honda: sending Alonso out in qualify ‘a mistake • Vettel unsure about Mercedes’ race pace • Button considering options outside of F1
Spirits are high at Manor after Pascal Wehrlein reached Q2 in qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix on pure pace, but the team admit they were hoping for more than 16th.
Lewis Hamilton does not expect it will be easy for him to make his way through the field during tomorrow’s Belgian Grand Prix while facing a back row start.
Belgian Grand Prix pole-sitter Nico Rosberg is expecting a ‘very challenging’ race tomorrow, despite team mate Lewis Hamilton starting from the back of the grid.
Max Verstappen says that he is ‘very happy’ to have secured the first front-row start of his Formula 1 career in front of a sizeable crowd of Dutch supporters in Spa.
Kimi Raikkonen says he believes he had a chance to take pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix before a late mistake ended his chances.
Nico Rosberg will line up on pole for the Belgian GP with Max Verstappen alongside on the front row. Lewis Hamilton will start last after a 55-place penalty.