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It's the Belgian Grand Prix weekend. The sound of the Ferrari engines are rhythmic in my ear as I look across the track and the Francorchamps landscape, while my heart is beating at around 140 beats per minute.
After the war at Mercedes turned ugly in the most explosive way imaginable, ESPN brings you the best of the radio soundbites heard at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Jenson Button's Formula 1 career is hanging in the balance as McLaren continue their pursuit of Ferrari's Fernando Alonso.
At Spa, the British broadcaster Sky made waves when it quoted the Maranello team's chief as admitting both Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen will still be wearing red next year.
Kimi Raikkonen believes Ferrari is making small steps forward but is convinced the team is progressing slower than it should be because of how rarely he has problem-free weekends.
Fernando Alonso believes Mercedes' team bosses were always going to have their hands full this season in terms of keeping both Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg happy.
The media "tam-tam" around the announcement of Max Verstappen continues to monopolize the conversation, diverting the attention both from the results on the track and from the great manoeuvres behind the scenes.
Daniel Ricciardo powered to an unexpected victory at a circuit which wasn't expected to suit his RB10, but he needed a little help along the way.
Changeable. Each commentator will use that word at least 6,072 times over the Belgian Formula One Grand Prix weekend.
Kimi Raikkonen scored his best result of the season at Spa , but has the Finn really turned the corner after a nightmare start to 2014? There was a time when Kimi Raikkonen would have been disappointed to leave Belgium without a winner's trophy.
By PaddockTalk.com Staff Writers Post-race action had the Stewards staying for a bit to sort out the wild final laps fighting for fifth place.
Jenson Button : "We played the long game today - most people were making their pit-stops early - and I felt I kept the tyres in good condition.
Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo beat Nico Rosberg to win an incident-packed Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday, while Rosberg extended his championship lead over Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton in acrimonious circumstances.
Daniel Ricciardo won the Belgian Grand Prix today in the Red Bull-Renault over Nico Rosberg in the Mercedes GP by 3.3 seconds in second place, followed by Valtteri Bottas in the Williams-Mercedes in third place.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 03:02 am
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