The Race results:
1 – Nico Rosberg
2 – Daniel Ricciardo
3 – Lewis Hamilton
Nico Rosberg won frenetic Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix despite starting from the back row of the grid. His thrilling sixth win of the season from start to end against Red Bull’s Daniel Ricardo was worth appreciating.The German narrowing the gap at the top of the championship,Daniel finished second.His teammate Max Verstappen finished eleventh following a first corner collision involving the Ferrari duo of Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel.
Lewis Hamilton fought way harder from the final row of the grid to finish but finally Nico proved to be the winner.He did not only win but it was a pretty easy win by nine points from Hamilton in the title battle.Formula One following its traditional mid-season break coming into action will be remembered.Hamilton was thrown back of the grid after we were served the engine penalty.By the end of the eight lap he had made it to position five.Hamilton proved to be a sensational podium finisher.The Mercedes team of Hamilton collected 60-place grid penalty for giving him three new engines.
In this frenetic race, Kevin Magnussen was hospitalised post the jaw drop 180mph crash.His car was left in pieces after this mishap,the enormous crash.He later tweeted that he got a sore ankle and would be fine to complete the next weekend’s Italian Grand Prix. He also exclaimed that he was at his home. The accident destroyed one of the most dangerous parts of the track the barriers. The race was red-flagged after two laps as it took the time to repair the damages.
It was a bad start for Redbull and Ferrari.As Rosberg leapt into the lead Max Verstappen was slow away but prudently counter-attacked Kimi Raikkonen going into La Source.The Dutchman was in second place.
While all the three cars were severely damaged.Verstappen lost a chunk of his front wing, Raikkonen had to face a puncture and front wing damage and limped to the pits, while Vettel also had to suffer resultant problems with his front wing.
The Williams of Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas were eighth and tenth respectively, split by Kimi Raikkonen who completed the top ten in the second Ferrari.