Situated in the heart of the Ardennes Forest, the ferocious Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps is one of Formula One’s legendary tracks. The longest circuit on the calendar, with its own micro-climate and massive elevation changes, means the Belgian Grand Prix is always unpredictable.
Hamilton becomes the driver to have led the furthest distance, Renault take their biggest ever points haul and Ferrari fail to score at Spa for the first time since 1998. Here are the facts and statistics from the 2020 Belgian Grand Prix!
Hamilton takes the 93rd pole position of his career, Ricciardo records his best Belgian qualifying result and Ferrari fail to qualify in the top ten at Spa for the first time in history. Here are all the facts and statistics from qualifying at the 2020 Belgian Grand Prix!
The 2020 Belgian Grand Prix will be the fifth Grand Prix to have been held on 30th August. While the Dutch Grand Prix was held on this day in 1981, the three most recent races held on the date have all taken place at Spa-Francorchamps.
At the 65th Belgian Grand Prix to be held as a round of the World Championship, Hamilton and Vettel will move up the order of most starts and Bottas could equal Hakkinen’s podium tally. Here are the milestones and the records which could be broken at the 2020 Belgian Grand Prix!