2010 Belgian Grand Prix articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Technical review: Belgian Grand Prix 6th September 2010, 9:41
Superficially, Spa was a bit of a head-scratcher. Four weeks earlier, in Hungary, McLaren were 1.3 seconds off the pace of Red Bull. How was the Woking-based outfit able to more than claw back that deficit at Belgium – despite having had a mandatory two-week factory shut down between the races?
From the stands: Carol Treurnicht watches the Belgian GP at Spa 5th September 2010, 18:14
The Belgian Grand Prix discussion page on F1 Fanatic was teeming with over 800 messages between F1 Fanatics planning their trip to last weekend’s race. Carol Treurnicht was among those at Spa last weekend and met up with loads of other F1 fans. They got soaked, blagged some paddock passes and one of them got [...]
Liuzzi: “I’d have passed Alguersuari easily” 3rd September 2010, 9:43
Vitantonio Liuzzi says he would have easily passed Jaime Alguersuari if the Toro Rosso driver hadn’t cut the chicane during the Belgian Grand Prix. Alguersuari was given a 20-second time penalty by the stewards after the race, demoting him to 13th and promoting Liuzzi to tenth. Liuzzi said: We could have easily passed him, but [...]
Button denies braking early in Vettel crash 2nd September 2010, 16:27
Jenson Button has denied he braked early for the Bus Stop chicane in the Belgian Grand Prix, causing Sebastian Vettel to crash. Writing on his official website Button said: No, absolutely not. Obviously, I’d lost the floor-plate of one of my front wing endplates and that was affecting the cars balance but I didn’t [...]
Lewis Hamilton has described the moment he almost lost his win in the Belgian Grand Prix. The McLaren driver slid off the track at Rivage on lap 35 when the heaviest rain began to fall during the race. He explained what happened: My heart was absolutely pumping. In my mind, I was absolutely on the [...]
2010 Belgian Grand Prix – the complete F1 Fanatic race weekend review 31st August 2010, 11:17
Spa served up another classic race and could prove a turning point in the world championship as Lewis Hamilton and Mark Webber pulled away from their nearest rivals. Find all the F1 Fanatic Belgian Grand Prix coverage in one place below – from Friday practice to the post-race review and our live comments on every [...]
Who was the best driver of the Belgian Grand Prix weekend? 30th August 2010, 21:06
Which driver did the best job during the Belgian Grand Prix weekend? See below for my pick of the best drivers in the Belgian Grand Prix. Review each driver’s race weekend in detail below and vote for who you thought was the most impressive driver.
There may have been a four-week break between Hungary and Belgium but the result was much the same for the two Red Bull drivers. Mark Webber grabbed every point available while Sebastian Vettel threw them away. But the team did not enjoy anything like the performance advantage they had in Hungary. That could have been [...]
Fernando Alonso was tipped for victory after topping both practice sessions on Friday. But Ferrari’s pace seemed to desert them on Saturday morning. And, as far as the drivers’ championship is concerned, it was the ‘wrong’ driver who brought home points.
Robert Kubica was very happy with Renault’s F-duct upgrade and finished on the podium for the third time this year. Without minor problems in qualifying and the race this was a Grand Prix Renault could have won. Team mate Vitaly Petrov joined him in the points despite a costly crash in qualifying that left him [...]