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Starting grid for the 2018 Belgian Grand Prix

  • Published on 26 Aug 2018 13:32
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Lewis Hamilton claimed pole position in an exciting and dramatic qualifying session at Spa yesterday. The Briton made the best of the changing conditions throughout the session to beat rival Sebastian Vettel to the top spot. Force India also starred, locking out the second row.

Take a look at the full grid below;

1) Lewis Hamilton

2) Sebastian Vettel

3) Esteban Ocon

4) Sergio Perez

5) Romain Grosjean

6) Kimi Raikkonen

7) Max Verstappen

8) Daniel Ricciardo

9) Kevin Magnussen

10) Pierre Gasly

11) Brendon Hartley

12) Charles Leclerc

13) Marcus Ericcson

14) Fernando Alonso

15) Sergey Sirotkin

16) Lance Stroll

17) Valtteri Bottas

18) Nico Hulkenberg

19) Carlos Sainz

20)  Stoffel Vandoorne

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