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The 2010 Belgian Grand Prix, otherwise known as the LXVI Belgian Grand Prix, was the thirteenth round of the 2010 FIA Formula One World Championship, staged at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps in Spa, Belgium, on 29 August 2010.[1][2] The race, staged in variable wet-dry conditions, would see Lewis Hamilton claim victory to retake the Championship lead.[2]

Qualifying would see Championship leader Mark Webber secure pole position, beating Hamilton in a duel for top spot on the grid.[2] Behind, Robert Kubica was a surprise third for Renault ahead of Sebastian Vettel, while Jenson Button secured fifth ahead of Felipe Massa.[2]

The start of the race would see Webber make a poor start, allowing Hamilton to scamper out in front, while Kubica charged past for second.[2] Button, Vettel and Massa would also charge past the #6 Red Bull-Renault, with the former duo going on to charge past Kubica down the Kemmel Straight.[2]

The rest of the opening lap would be more messy, for sporadic showers in key places made the track treacherous and caused several drivers to make mistakes.[2] Indeed, the Bus Stop chicane would prove particularly brutal, with everyone in the top ten bar Fernando Alonso running wide.[2] Indeed, Alonso was in the pound seats to take advantage of everyone falling off around him, only to be whacked by an out-of-control Rubens Barrichello, who was making his 300th Grand Prix.[2]

Alonso scrambled back on with minor damage, with several drivers at the back of the field deciding to dive in for intermediate tyres as the Safety Car came out to clear up Barrichello's Williams-Cosworth.[2] However, even behind the safety car it was clear that the circuit was too dry overall, and hence saw those that stopped immediately pit again for slicks.[2]

The restart would see Vettel start to harass Button for second, as Hamilton blasted clear at the head of the field.[2] That fight for second would rumble on until lap fifteen, when Vettel got out of shape on the bumps at the Bus Stop and spearing into the side of the #1 McLaren-Mercedes.[2] The contact broke Vettel's nose sending him into the pits, while Button suffered terminal damage to his cooling system.[2]

Vettel later incurred a drive-through penalty for causing the Brit's retirement, making him a non-factor for the rest of the afternoon, much to his own ire.[2] On track, meanwhile, fifth placed Adrian Sutil would spark the pit-phase shortly before half-distance, with no major changes to the order resulting.[2]

Vettel again became the centre attention by making an aggressive lunge around the outside of Vitantonio Liuzzi at the Bus Stop, although in squeezing the Italian the German racer only succeeded in slicing his own rear tyre on the Force India-Mercedes' front wing.[2] Elsewhere, Sutil would power past the factory Mercedes with ease on the Kemmel Straight in the sister Force India, as the rest of the field began making calls to their pit crews for weather updates.[2]

Rain did eventually materialise, although it was so light at first that the leaders all remained out, with Hamilton, Kubica, Webber and Massa completing an additional lap.[2] That proved to be a mistake as the rain intensified drastically, with Hamilton giving himself a scare by sliding into the gravel at Rivage, and would just drag himself back on without losing the lead.[2]

The quartet duly stopped at the end of that lap, although Kubica threw away his hopes of second by sliding into his pitcrew, allowing Webber to sneak ahead.[2] Alonso, meanwhile, would cause a late safety car by crashing at the top of Malmedy, causing a late sprint to the chequered flag.[2]

Hamilton would ultimately pull clear at the restart and maintain his lead to the chequered flag, while Webber and Kubica completed the podium.[2] Massa was next ahead of Sutil, with Nico Rosberg, Michael Schumacher, Kamui Kobayashi, Vitaly Petrov and Liuzzi completing the scorers list.[2]

BackgroundEdit

Mark Webber had emerged at the head of the field after his fourth victory of the campaign, moving onto 161 points for the season before the summer break. Lewis Hamilton had hence slipped to second, four off the lead, while Sebastian Vettel would enter the mid-season break ten off the lead in third. Jenson Button was next having slipped down to fourth and fourteen off the lead, while Fernando Alonso had remained a title contender in fifth on 141.

In the Constructors Championship Red Bull-Renault would head into the summer with the lead in the Championship, moving onto 312 points after their double Hungarian podium. McLaren-Mercedes had hence surrendered their advantage and slipped to second, moving onto 304 points, while Ferrari had remained in third and inched closer to the fight. Mercedes were next ahead of Renault, while all three of the new constructors would head into the summer having failed to score.

Entry ListEdit

The full entry list for the 2010 Belgian Grand Prix is shown below:

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
1 United Kingdom Jenson Button United Kingdom Vodafone McLaren Mercedes McLaren MP4-25 Mercedes FO 108X 2.4 V8 B
2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton United Kingdom Vodafone McLaren Mercedes McLaren MP4-25 Mercedes FO 108X 2.4 V8 B
3 Germany Michael Schumacher Germany Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team Mercedes MGP W01 Mercedes FO 108X 2.4 V8 B
4 Germany Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team Mercedes MGP W01 Mercedes FO 108X 2.4 V8 B
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Austria Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB6 Renault RS27-2010 2.4 V8 B
6 Australia Mark Webber Austria Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB6 Renault RS27-2010 2.4 V8 B
7 Brazil Felipe Massa Italy Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro Ferrari F10 Ferrari 056 2010 2.4 V8 B
8 Spain Fernando Alonso Italy Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro Ferrari F10 Ferrari 056 2010 2.4 V8 B
9 Brazil Rubens Barrichello United Kingdom AT&T Williams Williams FW32 Cosworth CA2010 2.4 V8 B
10 Germany Nico Hülkenberg United Kingdom AT&T Williams Williams FW32 Cosworth CA2010 2.4 V8 B
11 Poland Robert Kubica France Renault F1 Team Renault R30 Renault RS27-2010 2.4 V8 B
12 Russia Vitaly Petrov France Renault F1 Team Renault R30 Renault RS27-2010 2.4 V8 B
14 Germany Adrian Sutil India Force India F1 Team Force India VJM03 Mercedes FO 108X 2.4 V8 B
15 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi India Force India F1 Team Force India VJM03 Mercedes FO 108X 2.4 V8 B
16 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi Italy Scuderia Toro Rosso Toro Rosso STR5 Ferrari 056 2010 2.4 V8 B
17 Spain Jaime Alguersuari Italy Scuderia Toro Rosso Toro Rosso STR5 Ferrari 056 2010 2.4 V8 B
18 Italy Jarno Trulli Malaysia Lotus Racing Lotus T127 Cosworth CA2010 2.4 V8 B
19 Finland Heikki Kovalainen Malaysia Lotus Racing Lotus T127 Cosworth CA2010 2.4 V8 B
20 Japan Sakon Yamamoto Spain Hispania Racing F1 Team HRT F110 Cosworth CA2010 2.4 V8 B
21 Brazil Bruno Senna Spain Hispania Racing F1 Team HRT F110 Cosworth CA2010 2.4 V8 B
22 Spain Pedro de la Rosa Switzerland BMW Sauber F1 Team BMW Sauber C29 Ferrari 056 2010 2.4 V8 B
23 Japan Kamui Kobayashi Switzerland BMW Sauber F1 Team BMW Sauber C29 Ferrari 056 2010 2.4 V8 B
24 Germany Timo Glock United Kingdom Virgin Racing Virgin VR-01 Cosworth CA2010 2.4 V8 B
25 Brazil Lucas di Grassi United Kingdom Virgin Racing Virgin VR-01 Cosworth CA2010 2.4 V8 B
Source:[3]

Practice OverviewEdit

The first practice session was held under drizzly conditions, with no driver being able to post a sub-2 minute lap. With 35 minutes to go, the rain intensified, however drivers re-emerged onto the track with minutes to go to get vital track time.

The second session was rain-free, although the clouds were ominous. Shortly into the session, Timo Glock slid into the barrier ending his session abruptly. He was not the only driver to fall victim to Spa, as Vitantonio Liuzzi ran wide into the gravel and tapped the barriers. The deeper into the session, the more representative the times became, however the session was abruptly stopped as it was reported spectators had jumped the fence and situated themselves in a dangerous position. Practice 2 restarted with just over 3 minutes remaining, with all 24 cars lined in the pit-lane. The final practice was dry for a short period, until rain stopped any chance of realistic running.

Practice ResultsEdit

DriverTeamFP1 FP2 FP3
TimePosTimePosTimePos
United Kingdom Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes2:02.91361:49.75571:46.3974
United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton2:01.56721:49.24831:46.2232
Germany Michael Schumacher Mercedes2:03.489101:50.341121:47.69514
Germany Nico Rosberg2:03.654131:50.382131:47.83715
Germany Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault2:02.45041:49.68961:46.3963
Australia Mark Webber2:02.92671:51.636181:46.1061
Brazil Felipe Massa Ferrari2:03.601111:49.58851:46.9627
Spain Fernando Alonso2:00.79711:49.03211:46.4926
Brazil Rubens Barrichello Williams-Cosworth2:03.42491:50.12891:47.51213
Germany Nico Hülkenberg2:03.649121:50.831151:47.1609
Poland Robert Kubica Renault2:02.08131:49.28241:46.4925
Russia Vitaly Petrov2:04.690171:50.251111:47.40612
Germany Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes2:02.64651:49.15721:47.0648
Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi2:04.145151:51.520161:48.69218
Switzerland Sébastien Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari2:05.680181:51.523171:47.90516
Spain Jaime Alguersuari2:04.690161:50.682141:47.98117
Italy Jarno Trulli Lotus-Cosworth2:07.189211:53.639201:50.60019
Finland Heikki Kovalainen2:07.955231:53.480191:51.38421
Japan Sakon Yamamoto HRT-Cosworth2:10.507241:56.039231:52.00123
Brazil Bruno Senna2:07.737221:55.751221:51.13320
Germany Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth2:05.697192:03.179241:51.66923
Brazil Lucas di Grassi2:06.695201:54.325211:51.51722

QualifyingEdit

Q1Edit

As Q1 started under sunny skies, most drivers took to the track immediately in the hope of avoiding a freak rain shower. Despite the dry track, Vitaly Petrov caused red flags early on after spinning out of a corner and tapping the barriers. After the restart, the rain started again catching out many drivers, especially at turn 14 with 6 cars either spinning or running into the gravel simultaneously. With not long to go, both Sauber drivers crashed out meaning they failed to make it to Q2. This meant that Timo Glock and Heikki Kovalainen could make it into Q2, a rarity for the usual back-of-the-grid suspects.

Q2Edit

Dry Q2 weather meant less spins, however both Mercedes drivers failed to make it into Q3.

Q3Edit

All 10 drivers set dry times, however with three minutes to go, spots of rain were noticed in the first sector, with some predicting that there would be no changes to the provisional grid. This proved erroneous. Felipe Massa did not improve after running well wide and so did Fernando Alonso, who started 10th. Lewis Hamilton usurped Robert Kubica into second, but could not prevent Mark Webber in taking pole position.

Michael Schumacher, Nico Rosberg, Sébastien Buemi, Timo Glock and de la Rosa were all given grid penalties, some for previous race incidents.

Qualifying ResultsEdit

The full qualifying results for the 2010 Belgian Grand Prix are outlined below:

Pos. No. Driver Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Grid
Pos. Time Pos. Time Pos. Time
1 6 Australia Mark Webber Austria Red Bull-Renault 8 1:57.352 4 1:47.253 1 1:45.778 1
2 2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 6 1:56.706 1 1:46.211 2 1:45.863 2
3 11 Poland Robert Kubica France Renault 4 1:56.041 6 1:47.320 3 1:46.100 3
4 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Austria Red Bull-Renault 11 1:58.487 3 1:47.245 4 1:46.127 4
5 1 United Kingdom Jenson Button United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 9 1:57.981 2 1:46.790 5 1:46.206 5
6 3 Brazil Felipe Massa Italy Ferrari 10 1:58.323 7 1:47.322 6 1:46.314 6
7 9 Brazil Rubens Barrichello United Kingdom Williams-Cosworth 3 1:55.757 9 1:47.797 7 1:46.602 7
8 14 Germany Adrian Sutil India Force India-Mercedes 12 1:58.730 5 1:47.292 8 1:46.659 8
9 10 Germany Nico Hülkenberg United Kingdom Williams-Cosworth 2 1:55.442 10 1:47.821 9 1:47.053 9
10 8 Spain Fernando Alonso Italy Ferrari 7 1:57.023 8 1:47.544 10 1:47.441 10
11* 3 Germany Michael Schumacher Germany Mercedes 5 1:56.313 11 1:47.874 21*
12 4 Germany Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes 1 1:54.826 12 1:47.885 14
13 17 Spain Jaime Alguersuari Italy Toro Rosso-Ferrari 13 1:58.944 13 1:48.267 11
14 15 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi India Force India-Mercedes 15 2:01.102 14 1:48.680 12
15 16 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi Italy Toro Rosso-Ferrari 14 2:00.386 15 1:49.209 16
16 19 Finland Heikki Kovalainen Malaysia Lotus-Cosworth 17 2:01.343 16 1:50.980 13
17 24 Germany Timo Glock United Kingdom Virgin-Cosworth 16 2:01.316 17 1:52.049 20
18 18 Italy Jarno Trulli Malaysia Lotus-Cosworth 18 2:01.491 15
19 23 Japan Kamui Kobayashi Switzerland BMW Sauber-Ferrari 23 2:02.284 17
20 21 Brazil Bruno Senna Spain HRT-Cosworth 18 2:03.612 18
21 20 Japan Sakon Yamamoto Spain HRT-Cosworth 19 2:03.941 19
22 22 Spain Pedro de la Rosa Switzerland BMW Sauber-Ferrari 22 2:05.294 24
23 25 Brazil Lucas di Grassi United Kingdom Virgin-Cosworth 23 2:18.754 22
24 12 Russia Vitaly Petrov France Renault NC 23
Source:[4]
  • Bold indicates the fastest driver's time in each session.
  • * Schumacher served a ten place grid penalty for dangerous driving at the 2010 Hungarian Grand Prix.[4]
  • Buemi and Glock were both issued with five place grid penalties for impeding Rosberg and Yamamoto respectively.[4]
  • de la Rosa received a ten place grid penalty for changing his engine and going over the eight unit limit.[4]

GridEdit

Pos Pos
Driver Driver
______________
Row 1 ______________ 1
2 Mark Webber
Lewis Hamilton ______________
Row 2 ______________ 3
4 Robert Kubica
Sebastian Vettel ______________
Row 3 ______________ 5
6 Jenson Button
Felipe Massa ______________
Row 4 ______________ 7
8 Rubens Barrichello
Adrian Sutil ______________
Row 5 ______________ 9
10 Nico Hülkenberg
Fernando Alonso ______________
Row 6 ______________ 11
12 Jaime Alguersuari
Vitantonio Liuzzi ______________
Row 7 ______________ 13
14 Heikki Kovalainen
Nico Rosberg ______________
Row 8 ______________ 15
16 Jarno Trulli
Sébastien Buemi ______________
Row 9 ______________ 17
18 Kamui Kobayashi
Bruno Senna ______________
Row 10 ______________ 19
20 Sakon Yamamoto
Timo Glock ______________
Row 11 ______________ 21
22 Michael Schumacher
Lucas di Grassi ______________
Row 12 ______________ 23
24 Vitaly Petrov
Pedro de la Rosa ______________

RaceEdit

Webber made a poor start, with Hamilton taking the lead. Jenson Button contrastingly made a good start, but was held from taking second by Kubica. Button attempted an overtake into the chicane, but light rain meant he followed Hamilton off the track, as well as the rest of the top 5. This problem also led to the collision between Alonso and Rubens Barrichello, with the Brazilian rear-ending the Spaniard. Alonso was amazingly able to keep going, but Barrichello's 300th race ended in disappointment.

After a minor safety car period, Vitaly Petrov made good gains including an impressive overtake on Nico Rosberg. Rosberg was consequently slowed and there was contact between him and his Mercedes teammate. Schumacher overtook Rosberg but caught his compatriot's front wing in the process.

On lap 17, Vettel attempted an audacious move on Jenson Button, but ran off-line and lost grip. The German then spun and t-boned Button before they'd reached the chicane. Masses of steam emitting from Button's car meant he had to retire. Vettel got off with a drive-through penalty. A few laps later, he overtook Liuzzi into the chicane and although he got the move done, he clipped Liuzzi's front wing which resulted in a puncture.

On lap 35, flashes of lightning were visible, and shortly after leader Hamilton radioed in complaining about the rain, he ran wide into the gravel trap and kissed the barrier. Despite this, he kept the car rolling and rejoined the track damage-less. The majority of drivers pitted for intermediates, with Alonso almost side-swiping Vettel exiting his pit-box. Kubica overshot his box, meaning Webber could jump the Renault into second place. Shortly after a change of tyres, Alonso spun out of Les Combes and meant he had to retire. His car was perpendicular to the track, meaning the safety car was again required.

Hamilton was able to safely lead the race and take this important victory, closely followed by Mark Webber. Kubica rounded off the podium with Felipe Massa finishing fourth. Both Force India-Mercedes landed in the points, as well as the Mercedes', with Rosberg aggressively overtaking Schumacher on the last few laps. Vettel, with all of his off-track excursions finished 15th. Alguersuari would have been in the points, but was given a 20-second penalty which demoted him to 13th.

ResultsEdit

The full results for the 2010 Belgian Grand Prix are outlined below:

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 2 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 44 1:29:04.268 2 25
2 6 Australia Mark Webber Austria Red Bull-Renault 44 +1.571s 1 18
3 11 Poland Robert Kubica France Renault 44 +3.493s 3 15
4 7 Brazil Felipe Massa Italy Ferrari 44 +8.264s 6 12
5 14 Germany Adrian Sutil India Force India-Mercedes 44 +9.094s 8 10
6 4 Germany Nico Rosberg Germany Mercedes 44 +12.359s 14 8
7 3 Germany Michael Schumacher Germany Mercedes 44 +15.548s 21 6
8 23 Japan Kamui Kobayashi Switzerland BMW Sauber-Ferrari 44 +16.678s 17 4
9 12 Russia Vitaly Petrov France Renault 44 +23.851s 23 2
10 15 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi India Force India-Mercedes 44 +34.831s 12 1
11 22 Spain Pedro de la Rosa Switzerland BMW Sauber-Ferrari 44 +36.019s 24
12 16 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi Italy Toro Rosso-Ferrari 44 +39.895s 16
13 17 Spain Jaime Alguersuari Italy Toro Rosso-Ferrari 44 +49.457s 11
14 10 Germany Nico Hülkenberg United Kingdom Williams-Cosworth 43 +1 Lap 9
15 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Austria Red Bull-Renault 43 +1 Lap 4
16 19 Finland Heikki Kovalainen Malaysia Lotus-Cosworth 43 +1 Lap 13
17 25 Brazil Lucas di Grassi United Kingdom Virgin-Cosworth 43 +1 Lap 22
18 24 Germany Timo Glock United Kingdom Virgin-Cosworth 43 +1 Lap 20
19 18 Italy Jarno Trulli Malaysia Lotus-Cosworth 43 +1 Lap 15
20 20 Japan Sakon Yamamoto Spain HRT-Cosworth 42 +2 Laps 19
Ret 8 Spain Fernando Alonso Italy Ferrari 37 Accident 10
Ret 1 United Kingdom Jenson Button United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 15 Collision 5
Ret 21 Brazil Bruno Senna Spain HRT-Cosworth 5 Suspension 18
Ret 9 Brazil Rubens Barrichello United Kingdom Williams-Cosworth 0 Collision 7
Source:[5]

MilestonesEdit

StandingsEdit

The Championship lead had once again changed hands as a result of the Belgian Grand Prix, as Lewis Hamilton established a three point lead after his third win of the campaign. Mark Webber hence slipped to second ahead of Sebastian Vettel, while Jenson Button had also lost ground in fourth. Fernando Alonso then completed the top five ahead of Felipe Massa, with eighteen drivers on the scoresheet.

In the Constructors Championship Red Bull-Renault had just managed to maintain their lead at the head of the hunt, although it had been cut to just a single point. McLaren-Mercedes were the team to move into the Austrian team's wake, while Ferrari had slipped 80 point behind in third. Mercedes were next ahead of Renault, with Force India-Mercedes heading the next cluster of teams in sixth.

World Championship for Drivers
Pos. Driver Pts. +/-
1 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 182 ▲1
2 Australia Mark Webber 179 ▼1
3 Germany Sebastian Vettel 151
4 United Kingdom Jenson Button 147
5 Spain Fernando Alonso 141
6 Brazil Felipe Massa 109
7 Poland Robert Kubica 104 ▲1
8 Germany Nico Rosberg 102 ▼1
9 Germany Adrian Sutil 45 ▲1
10 Germany Michael Schumacher 44 ▼1
11 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 30
12 Japan Kamui Kobayashi 21 ▲1
13 Russia Vitaly Petrov 19 ▼1
14 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi 13
15 Germany Nico Hülkenberg 10
16 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi 7
17 Spain Pedro de la Rosa 6
18 Spain Jaime Alguersuari 3
World Championship for Constructors
Pos. Team Pts. +/-
1 Austria Red Bull-Renault 330
2 United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 329
3 Italy Ferrari 250
4 Germany Mercedes 146
5 France Renault 123
6 India Force India-Mercedes 58
7 United Kingdom Williams-Cosworth 40
8 Switzerland BMW Sauber-Ferrari 27
9 Italy Toro Rosso-Ferrari 10

Only point scoring drivers and constructors are shown.

ReferencesEdit

Images and Videos:

References:

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  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 2.21 2.22 2.23 Craig Llewellyn, 'Hamilton 'rains' in Belgian Grand Prix', crash.net, (Crash Media Group, 29/08/2010), https://www.crash.net/f1/race-report/162828/1/rivals-unable-to-rain-on-hamiltons-belgian-parade, (Accessed 28/03/2020)
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