Formula 1

MSC Cruises Belgian Grand Prix

Verstappen beats Perez for eighth straight win

Max Verstappen moves closer to Sebastian Vettel's record nine straight wins with victory at the Belgian Grand Prix.

Race Positions
1
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
Max Verstappen
Red Bull
1:22:30.450
Laps: 44
Pits: 2
2
Mexico
Sergio Pérez
Sergio Pérez
Red Bull
+22.305
Laps: 44
Pits: 2
3
Monaco
Charles Leclerc
Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
+32.259
Laps: 44
Pits: 2
4
Britain
Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
+49.671
Laps: 44
Pits: 3
5
Spain
Fernando Alonso
Fernando Alonso
Aston Martin
+56.184
Laps: 44
Pits: 2
6
Britain
George Russell
George Russell
Mercedes
+1:03.101
Laps: 44
Pits: 1
Circuit Information
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
Circuit Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
Location Stavelot, Belgium Circuit Type Track
Circuit Length 7.004 km Circuit Distance 308.052 km
No. of Laps 44 No. of Turns 19
Lap Record: 1:46.577 Sebastian Vettel (2017)
Sessions
FP1
Spain
Carlos Sainz
2:03.207

Jul 28, 2023

Finished

Qual
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
1:46.168

Jul 28, 2023

Finished

SS
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
1:49.056

Jul 29, 2023

Finished

SR
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
24:58.433

Jul 29, 2023

Finished

Race
Netherlands
Max Verstappen
1:22:30.450

Jul 30, 2023

Finished

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