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BELGIAN GRAND PRIX

Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, BE

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15˚ 58˚ CURRENT
14:00 LOCAL TIME
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FIRST F1 GRAND PRIX: 1950
NUMBER OF LAPS: 44
CIRCUIT LENGTH: 7.004km
RACE DISTANCE: 308.052km

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OUR RACING RECORD

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2014

  • Second in Constructors' Championship
  • Third in Drivers' Championship (DR)
  • Three Wins
  • Eight additional podium finishes
  • 405 Championship points
  • Claimed the Team's 50th Grand Prix victory in Belgium
  • Win Canadian Grand Prix (DR)
  • Win Hungarian Grand Prix (DR)
  • Win Belgian Grand Prix (DR) 

 

2013

  • 2013 Drivers' and Constructors' Championships
  • Youngest ever Quadruple World Champion (SV)
  • Thirteen Wins
  • Eleven Pole Positions
  • Eleven additional podium finishes
  • 596 Championship points
  • Win Malaysian Grand Prix (SV) Second Malaysian Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Bahrain Grand Prix (SV)
  • Third Monaco Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Canadian Grand Prix (SV)
  • Second British Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win German Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Belgium Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Italian Grand Prix (SV) Second Italian Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Singapore Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Korean Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Japanese Grand Prix (SV) Second Japanese Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Indian GP (SV)
  • Win Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (SV) Second Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win US Grand Prix (SV) Third US Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Brazilian Grand Prix (SV) Second Brazilian Grand Prix (MW)

2012

  • 2012 Drivers' And Constructors' Championships
  • One Of Four Teams To Win Three Consecutive Formula One Titles
  • One Of Three Drivers To Have Won Three Consecutive Championships (SV)
  • Youngest Ever Triple World Champion (SV)
  • Seven Wins Eight Pole Positions Seven Additional Podium Finishes
  • 460 Championship Points Win Bahrain Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Monaco Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win British Grand Prix (MW), Third British Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Singapore Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Japan Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Korean Grand Prix (SV), Second Korean Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Indian Grand Prix (SV) Third Indian Grand Prix (MW)
  • Second Australian Grand Prix (SV)
  • Second Belgian Grand Prix (SV)
  • Third Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (SV)
  • Second United States Grand Prix (SV)
 

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2011

  • 2011 Drivers' And Constructors' World Champions – Twice In A Row The Team Was On The Podium At Every Race In 2011 Except For One (Abu Dhabi)
  • Record: Most Poles Achieved By A Team In A Season
  • Record: Most Poles Achieved By A Driver In A Season (2011)
  • Record: Most Laps Led By A Driver In A Season (2011)
  • 12 Wins 18 Pole Positions
  • 15 Additional Podium Finishes
  • 650 Championship Points
  • Win Australia Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Malaysia Grand Prix (SV)
  • Second China Grand Prix (SV)
  • Third China Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Turkey Grand Prix (SV), Second Turkey Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Spain Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Monaco Grand Prix (SV)
  • Second Canada Grand Prix (SV), Third Canada Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Europe Grand Prix (SV), Third Europe Grand Prix (MW)
  • Second British Grand Prix (SV), Third British Grand Prix (MW)
  • Third German Grand Prix (MW)
  • Second Hungary Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Belgium Grand Prix (SV), Second Belgium Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Italy Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Singapore Grand Prix (SV), Third Singapore Grand Prix (MW)
  • Third Japan Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Korea Grand Prix (SV), Third Korean Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win India Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Brazil Grand Prix (MW), Second Brazil Grand Prix (SV)

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2010

  • 2010 Drivers' And Constructors' World Championships
  • In Only 6 Seasons Youngest Ever F1 World Champion (SV)
  • Nine Wins 15 Pole Positions
  • 11 Additional Podium Places
  • 498 Championship Points
  • Vettel Awarded Driver Of The Year - 15 Pole Positions In The Year
  • Win Malaysia Grand Prix (SV), Second Malaysia Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Spain Grand Prix (MW), Third Spain Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Monaco Grand Prix (MW), Second Monaco Grand Prix (SV)
  • Third Turkey Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Europe Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win British Grand Prix (MW)
  • Third Germany Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Hungary Grand Prix (MW), Third Hungary Grand Prix (SV)
  • Second Belgium Grand Prix (MW)
  • Second Singapore Grand Prix (SV), Third Singapore Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Japan Grand Prix (SV), Second Japan Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Brazil Grand Prix (SV), Second Brazil Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (SV)

BEST OF 2010

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2009

  • Six Wins
  • Five Pole Positions
  • 10 Additional Podium Places
  • 153.5 Points
  • Second In Constructors' And Drivers' (SV)
  • World Championship First Pole Position Chinese Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Chinese Grand Prix (SV) And Second Chinese Grand Prix (MW) (First Team Win)
  • Second Bahrain Grand Prix (SV)
  • Third Spain Grand Prix (MW)
  • Second Turkey Grand Prix (MW), Third Turkey Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win British Grand Prix, Second British Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win German Grand Prix (MW, First Win And Pole Position), Second German Grand Prix (SV)
  • Third Hungary Grand Prix (MW) - First Fastest Lap For Webber – Hungaroring (1:21.931)
  • Third Belgium Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Japan Grand Prix (SV)
  • Win Brazil Grand Prix (MW)
  • Win Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (SV), Second Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (MW)

BEST OF 2009

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2008

  • 29 Championship Points
  • Seventh In Constructors' World Championship
  • First Ever Front Row On The Gird, P2 In Qualifying At Silverstone (MW)
  • Third Canada Grand Prix (DC)
  • DC Retires


2007

  • 24 Championship Points
  • Fifth In Constructors' World Championship
  • Third Europe Grand Prix (MW) (Webber's First Podium With The Team)


2006

  • Third Monaco Grand Prix (DC) (First Podium)
  • 16 Championship Points
  • Seventh In Constructors' World Championship
  • Renault Powered
  • Webber Signs For The Team

2005

  • 34 Championship Points
  • Seventh In Constructors' World Championship In First Racing Season
  • First F1 Points For The Team – Australian Grand Prix (DC 4th And Klien 7th)
  • Adrian Newey Signs For The Team
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