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Lewis Hamilton has been voted ‘Driver of the Day’ for the first time having raced from 21st on the grid to third at the chequered flag in Belgium.
The FIA will reportedly investigate why Kevin Magnussen’s cockpit headrest was able to become detached in his high-speed Belgian GP crash.
Having used a loophole to stockpile engines for Lewis Hamilton, Toto Wolff has now called for it to be closed.
Nico Rosberg has downplayed Lewis Hamilton’s stockpile of engines, saying he doubts it will give the British racer the advantage in their title battle.
Finishing eighth at the Belgian Grand Prix, Valtteri Bottas lamented an opportunity wasted by the decision to delay his pit stop when the Safety Car came out.
Max Verstappen’s driving is once again dominating headlines with Toto Wolff fearing that he will one day crash “heavily”, but he does find his driving “refreshing.”
Although Nico Hulkenberg acknowledges that there is still a long way to go in the season, the Belgian GP result was a step in the right direction as Force India climbed to fourth in the standings.
Carlos Sainz was left frustrated when debris from other cars caused his right rear tyre to explode, putting him out of the Belgian GP at the start of Lap 2.
Kevin Magnussen is confident that he will be fit to race at next weekend’s Italian GP despite injuring his ankle in a high-speed accident at Spa.
Fernando Alonso admits finishing seventh at Spa was an “unthinkable” result, but goes a long way towards showing the progress made by McLaren-Honda.
Sebastian Vettel has backed Kimi Raikkonen in his complaints about Max Verstappen, saying the Dutchman is courting an accident.
Nico Rosberg, Daniel Ricciardo and Lewis Hamilton faced the media in the wake of Sunday’s Belgian GP.