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Saturday’s gallery from the Spa-Francorchamps circuit.
Nico Rosberg may have secured pole position in Belgium but it was second-placed Max Verstappen that claimed the plaudits.
Haas, Renault, Toro Rosso and Manor all made an appearance in Q2 for the Belgian Grand Prix, Sauber dropped out in the opening segment.
As many expected, Nico Rosberg secured pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix while crowd favourite Max Verstappen will join him on the front row.
Kimi Raikkonen claimed the top spot on the final practice timesheet for the Belgian GP as a late supersoft run, and a mistake, left Lewis Hamilton down in fifth place.
Another engine change, his third of this weekend, means Lewis Hamilton is facing a 55-place grid penalty at Spa.
Although Felipe Massa is talking with other teams, the Brazilian says staying on at Williams is what he really wants to do in 2017.
Mercedes have confirmed that they spent five tokens upgrading their power unit ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo was satisfied with his performance in the first and second free practices at the Belgian Grand Prix on Friday.
Eric Boullier, Claire Williams, Bob Fernley, Frédéric Vasseur, Monisha Kaltenborn and Christian Horner faced the media in Belgium.
Despite his penalties, Lewis Hamilton believes he can work his way into the top-ten in Sunday’s Belgium GP – but it is progressing from there that could be an issue.
Although Max Verstappen was delighted with his P1 in Belgium on Friday, he suspects Mercedes will be very competitive come Saturday’s qualifying.