F1 Belgian GP LIVE Streaming: Formula 1 reaches Belgium, Check all you want to know about Belgian GP Race timings, schedule, Qualifying, Practice & LIVE streaming from Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps: Follow Formula 1 2022 LIVE Updates
F1 Belgian GP LIVE Streaming: The first race after the summer break and the fourteenth round of the F1 2022 season heads…
F1 Belgian GP LIVE Streaming: The first race after the summer break and the fourteenth round of the F1 2022 season heads to Belgium in the form of the Belgian Grand Prix which will be held at the iconic Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. Follow Formula 1 & Belgian GP LIVE updates on InsideSport.IN
Max Verstappen will be the firm favourite to win this year’s Belgian GP. Whereas, Mercedes’ duo will be looking to assert their dominance and get closer to the raging bulls. But, Ferrari has tasks on their hands as its strategic errors and reliability issues have cost them a handful amount of points.
The great Michael Schumacher has won the most number of races at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps with his tally of 6 wins. Lewis Hamilton has 4 race wins here and Sebastian Vettel is just behind the Brit with 3 race wins. But, last year it was Red Bull’s Max Verstappen who took home his first victory on a rainy day as the race just saw two laps behind the safety car.
F1 Belgian GP Schedule & Timings
Practice 1, Date – 26th August
Timings – 17:30 to 18:30 IST
Practice 2, Date – 26th August
Timings – 20:30 to 21:30 IST
Practice 3, Date – 27th August
Timings – 16:30 to 17:30 IST
Qualifying, Date – 27th August
Timings – 19:30 to 20:30 IST
Race, Date – 28th August
Timings – 18:30 to 20:30 IST
How the F1 drivers’ table looks like: Red Bull’s Max Verstappen is leading the F1 drivers’ standings with 258 points. He is followed by Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc who finished sixth at the Hungarian GP and is at the second spot with 178 points. Meanwhile, Sergio Perez takes the third spot and is five points shy of Leclerc with 173 points.
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How the constructors’ table looks like: Red Bull is leading the constructors’ standings with 431 points. Ferrari takes the second spot with 334 points and Mercedes are 30 points behind the Italian side with 304 points.
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Location – Stavelot, Belgium,
First Grand Prix – 1950
Number of Laps – 44
Circuit Length – 7.004 km
Race Distance – 308.052 km
F1 Belgian GP: When was the track built?
The original, triangle-shaped track was made in 1921 and the designers of the track were Jules de Thier and Henri Langlois van Ophem. They used public streets between the towns of Francorchamps, Malmedy, and Stavelot to make an astonishing 14.9km circuit that accommodated forests and hills of the lovely Ardennes district. The track was redeveloped in 1979 and the current circuit is half the length of the old one which makes it the longest on the current F1 calendar.
F1 Belgian GP: When was its first Grand Prix?
The track made its debut in the 1950 season as it was one of the seven tracks used in that year. The race was ultimately won by Juan Manuel Fangio and in second place was his teammate Luigi Fagioli in their Alfa Romeo.
Who won the last Grand Prix?
The 2021 Belgian Grand Prix was won by none other than Red Bull’s Max Verstappen as he was followed by George Russell in second place with Lewis Hamilton settling for a third-place finish on a rainy day.
Where can you watch the Practice, Qualifying, and Race on TV?
The Practice, Qualifying, and Race can be viewed on Star Sports.
Where can you watch the Practice, Qualifying, and Race? – Live Stream
The Practice, Qualifying, and Race can be live-streamed on Disney + Hotstar.