Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz, against the elements in a Belgian GP that appears chaotic due to the rain

Fernando Alonso, at the Belgian GP

Fernando Alonso, at the Belgian GP
Fernando Alonso, at the Belgian GP
XPB / James Moy Photography Ltd

The return of the Formula 1 After the summer break, it takes place in the best possible setting, the always spectacular Spa-Francorchamps circuit, and with the best possible context: The rain.

Lando Norris crash in Belgian GP qualifying

Lando Norris’ strong accident in Eau Rouge reopens the Spa-Francorchamps safety debate

The Belgian GP already left a memorable classification, with George Russell giving the bell with a second position that he has to confirm (and that may be his ticket for Mercedes in 2022) and a strong accident by Lando Norris on the rise of Eau Rouge.

For the Spanish it will be a complex race: Fernando Alonso comes out 11th and Carlos Sainz, 12th. It will be a day of survival in which only the most skilled will be able to make a good profit.

The one who will not be at the exit is ‘Czech’ Pérez, which crashed on the formation lap at Les Combes. The track, totally flooded.

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