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Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. The race was won by Sebastian Vettel in a Red Bull-Renault in a time of 1:23:42, all india t v show 3gp an average speed of 220. Like the 2012 Belgian Grand Prix, tyre supplier Pirelli brought its orange-banded hard compound tyre as the harder “prime” tyre and the white-banded medium compound tyre as the softer “option” tyre.

Mercedes had taken 7 of the last 8 poles, yet they have not shown their hands in practice sessions. On the other hand, Red Bull looks unbeatable to pole, but Spa’s famous changing weather can make a lot of trouble for them. All the drivers started the session with intermediates, Lewis Hamilton set the first benchmark of 2:07. As the track continued drying, Nico Rosberg, Mark Webber, and Sebastian Vettel all hit the front briefly.

At the beginning of the 15 minutes period, drivers were divided into 2 groups, most of them used mediums, while several others including Webber and Alonso chose the hards. In the opening phase, Webber and Alonso were fighting for the top spot, their gap being merely two thousandths of a second. At the same time, Vettel and Hamilton stayed in the pits until there were about 7 minutes left on the board. In fear of the incoming shower, all bar Paul di Resta queued at the pit exit with medium tyres. However just moments later, the Force India driver opted to use the inters. It soon turned out that the latter was right, as the other 9 drivers didn’t even start a flying lap as the track was too wet for slicks and they had to pit immediately. Di Resta then set the fastest lap time, with Felipe Massa in second.

Mark Webber suffered clutch problems right from the start and fell from third to sixth after one lap. On the other hand, Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso both enjoyed a great getaway, running in fourth and fifth places respectively. On the eighth lap, Sergio Pérez was handed a drive through penalty for forcing Romain Grosjean off the track. As a result, Grosjean had to straightline Les Combes and fell from eight to tenth as Felipe Massa took advantage. Further down the order, a battle involving Esteban Gutiérrez, Pastor Maldonado and the Force India duo was raging. As the four cars were approaching the final chicane, the young Mexican successfully made his move on both Adrian Sutil and Maldonado. Vettel won the race, ahead of Alonso and Hamilton.

Nico Rosberg successfully fought off Webber for fourth, finishing less than three seconds behind his teammate. Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings. Greenpeace used the Belgian Grand Prix as a main point of protests against Shell, a principal sponsor of the race. 2013 Formula 1 Shell Belgian Grand Prix”. British bid crushed as Red Bull master senses fourth world title”. Sebastian Vettel blows away Lewis Hamilton’s title challenge inside 30 seconds”. Sebastian Vettel wins with ease in Belgium, Lewis Hamilton third”.

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Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. The race was won by Sebastian Vettel in a Red Bull-Renault in a time of 1:23:42, registering an average speed of 220. Like the 2012 Belgian Grand Prix, tyre supplier Pirelli brought its orange-banded hard compound tyre as the harder “prime” tyre and the white-banded medium compound tyre as the softer “option” tyre. Mercedes had taken 7 of the last 8 poles, yet they have not shown their hands in practice sessions. On the other hand, Red Bull looks unbeatable to pole, but Spa’s famous changing weather can make a lot of trouble for them. All the drivers started the session with intermediates, Lewis Hamilton set the first benchmark of 2:07.

As the track continued drying, Nico Rosberg, Mark Webber, and Sebastian Vettel all hit the front briefly. At the beginning of the 15 minutes period, drivers were divided into 2 groups, most of them used mediums, while several others including Webber and Alonso chose the hards. In the opening phase, Webber and Alonso were fighting for the top spot, their gap being merely two thousandths of a second. At the same time, Vettel and Hamilton stayed in the pits until there were about 7 minutes left on the board. In fear of the incoming shower, all bar Paul di Resta queued at the pit exit with medium tyres. However just moments later, the Force India driver opted to use the inters. It soon turned out that the latter was right, as the other 9 drivers didn’t even start a flying lap as the track was too wet for slicks and they had to pit immediately.