Nico Rosberg will start the Belgian Grand Prix from pole position after beating Max Verstappen to pole. The Ferraris of Raikkonen and Vettel occupy the second row.
Stewards have awarded Esteban Gutierrez a five-place gird penalty for qualifying after finding him guilty of blocking Pascal Wehrlein in final practice.
Ferrari topped the time sheets in final practice for the Belgian Grand Prix, with Kimi Raikkonen setting the pace ahead of Daniel Ricciardo’s Red Bull and Sebastian Vettel.
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Manor have announced that Esteban Ocon will replace Rio Haryanto as race driver alongside Pascal Wehrlein for the rest of the season.
Manor Racing have announced that Rio Haryanto will be made reserve driver for the remainder of the 2016 season after ‘failing to meet his contractual obligations’.
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Lewis Hamilton is well and truly on the front foot in the title battle after winning in Hungary, but it was yet another close race between the two Mercedes rivals.
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Daniel Ricciardo says that he felt relieved to have held on to finish on the podium after holding off Sebastian Vettel in today’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says he believes McLaren were the ‘best of the rest’ behind Mercedes, Red Bull and Ferrari in Hungary after finishing seventh.
Nico Rosberg believes that the Hungarian Grand Prix was all but decided in the rush to the first corner, in which Lewis Hamilton took the lead.
Kimi Raikkonen says he has seen drivers penalised for less than what Max Verstappen did in defending his position in the Hungarian GP.
Jenson Button says that common sense should prevail after he received a drive-through penalty for receiving an illegal radio instruction during the Hungarian GP.