F1: Hamilton on the Pole, Vettel Next to Him at Spa
Saturday, MercedesAMG’s Lewis Hamilton topped in qualifying to take the Pole position at the Y 2017 Belgian Formula One Grand Prix at Spa, thus equalling Michael Schumacher’s career record of 68 career Poles.
Mr. Hamilton broke the track record finishing just ahead Ferrari’s (NYSE:RACE) Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari.
Again this weekend we will see a battle between the Top 3 F1 teams: Ferrari, MercedesAMG and Red Bull Racing.
Mr. Hamilton’s final times were confirmed by the F1 official Twitter account:
Kimi Raikkonen started Saturday by finishing fastest in the FP3 session for Ferrari. The session also featured engine problems for Toro Rosso’s Daniil Kvyat, as well as a costly grid penalty for Williams driver Felipe Massa.
Belgian Grand Prix
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot
NBCSN, 8:00a , NBC Sports Live
Tune in and enjoy the racing.
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