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Belgian Grand Prix 2018. What do you need to know?

Belgian GP is starting 2:10pm (BST), 26th August, Sunday with grid positions determined by qualifying the day before.

Schedule: 

Free Practice 1 – 10am, 24 August

Free Practice 2 – 2pm, 24 August

Free Practice 3 – 11am, 25 August

Qualifying – 2pm, 25 August

Belgian Grand Prix – 2:10pm, 26 August

Location:

Belgian GP will take place at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit situated in Francorchamps within the boundaries of the municipality of Stavelot.

Circuit Information:

Circuit Length: 4.35mi/7.0km

Laps: 44

Race Distance: 191.41mi/308.05km

Tyre compounds used: Medium/Soft/Supersoft

Lap Record: 1:46.577 by Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) in 2017

 

Belgian Grand Prix winners

2017 – Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2016 – Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)

2015 – Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2014 – Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)

2013 – Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull)

Winner odds at Spa-Francorchamps

11/8 – Sebastian Vettel, 6/4 – Lewis Hamilton, 9/1 – Kimi Raikkonen, 9/1 – Valtteri Bottas, 16/1 – Daniel Ricciardo, 16/1 – Max Verstappen, 500/1 – Romain Grosjean, 500/1 – Pierre Gasly, 500/1 – Marcus Ericsson, 500/1 – Sergey Sirotkin500/1 – Nico Hulkenberg

500/1 – Kevin Magnussen, 500/1 – Esteban Ocon, 500/1 – Lance Stroll, 500/1 – Brendon Hartley, 500/1 – Charles Leclerc, 500/1 – Sergio Perez, 500/1 – Stoffel Vandoorne, 500/1 – Carlos Sainz Jnr

What races are left in F1 2018 calendar?

2 September – Italian Grand Prix

16 September – Singapore Grand Prix

30 September – Russian Grand Prix

7 October – Japanese Grand Prix

21 October – United States Grand Prix

28 October – Mexican Grand Prix

11 November – Brazilian Grand Prix

25 November – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Source: Dailymail

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