F1: The amazing Lewis Hamilton wins Pole at the Belgian Grand Prix


The Belgian Grand Prix is one of the oldest Grand Prix in Formula One which is held every year at Spa-Francorchamps in the Belgian Ardennes.

F1: Lewis Hamilton wins pole position

Lewis Hamilton won the pole position for tomorrow’s Belgian Grand Prix with a time of 1m33.752s, setting a record fastest lap time since 1991, when Nigel Mansell set the pole in 1m32.711s.

Lewis Hamilton is the world’s most successful driver of all time and he won three races in the 2018 season.

Lewis Hamilton won Pole at the Belgian Grand Prix. He started from pole position and led throughout. He finished 2nd behind Sebastian Vettel while Max Verstappen finished third as well.

Lewis Hamilton clinched pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix, with a fastest lap of 1.36 minutes, a track record.

Lewis Hamilton won pole at the Belgian Grand Prix, with his blistering pace setting the fastest ever time in F1 history.

Lewis Hamilton dominated the Belgian Grand Prix with a fastest lap of 1:21.634, securing pole position for the race.

Lewis Hamilton secured pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix and he’ll start from first place with a pace that will be tough to beat.

He will take on Max Verstappen in front of him and Sebastian Vettel behind him.

Lewis Hamilton just won the pole position at Belgium Grand Prix which also created a new world record in his first race back from a three-month break.

However, it was not all rosy as he ended up in sixth place after the start of the race which was due to an engine error and bad luck.

Lewis Hamilton won pole position in the second race of the Belgian Grand Prix. It was his fourth consecutive pole position at Spa. Hamilton has now qualified first five times this season after a stunning run in Austria and Hungary.

Lewis Hamilton won pole position in the second race of the Belgian Grand Prix with a lap time of 1:31.470 seconds, setting his fourth consecutive pole position at Spa and giving him a chance to win all three races on Sunday for the fifth time in succession.

Lewis Hamilton won the Belgian Grand Prix claiming pole position. He beat his teammate, Valtteri Bottas by a mere 0.039 seconds.

Lewis Hamilton came into the weekend with zero points after crashing out of the last race in Azerbaijan and only 3rd on the standings in the fight for 2nd place with Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel. The Briton delivered a fine drive to claim his first win of F1 2018 and take pole position for Sunday’s race which will be crucial as he battles Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel who is just one point behind him and has won every race this season.

At the Belgian Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton scored his first win of 2018 while Max Verstappen in 3rd and Sebastian Vettel in 2nd demonstrated their supremacy on.

Lewis Hamilton, the British driver for Mercedes, took pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix. Lewis won his third pole of the season and sixth career pole in Formula One.

On a day that could not be more uneventful than yesterday, Lewis Hamilton was able to take the pole position in qualifying at the Belgian Grand Prix. The Briton’s time of 1:22.249 was only 0.039 seconds slower than his qualifying time from Bahrain last month, which is in stark contrast to what happened during qualifying for this race two years ago.

Lewis Hamilton won pole position for the Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday, but it was a surprisingly chaotic race that saw Max Verstappen and Kimi Raikkonen crash out.

Lewis Hamilton wins the pole at the Belgian Grand Prix at a track which he has never raced on before.

Lewis Hamilton wins the pole at the Belgium Grand Prix on his 30th birthday, with a time of 1:08.619.

Lewis Hamilton becomes only 3rd driver in F1 to win on their birthday and celebrates his milestone year by becoming only second British driver and first since Jim Clark to take pole in first race of season.

The Belgian Grand Prix is often one of the most exciting races of the season, with a host of different storylines and unpredictable finishes.

This year’s race was no different, with a perfectly-timed recovery from Lewis Hamilton giving him pole position.

Lewis Hamilton won pole position in the Belgian Grand Prix, his first at the circuit.

Hamilton took pole position in the qualifying session on Saturday by beating team-mate Valtteri Bottas by less than two-hundredths of a second.

The victory was Hamilton’s first of the season and came in his 200th race.