F1 Preview: Belgian Grand Prix

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Red Bull’s winning momentum is starting to face significant challenges from its adversaries, having experienced a successful season that has extended their streak of 12 consecutive race victories based on their formidable performance from last year.

In a surprising turn of events, it wasn’t a Red Bull car that clinched pole position during the previous race for the first time since the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, seven races ago. Instead, it was Lewis Hamilton driving for Mercedes who claimed the coveted position – his first since the 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

The previous track had minimized Red Bull’s advantage in straight-line speed, but the upcoming race in Spa will restore that edge. However, with potential rain forecasted for Friday’s qualifying and Saturday’s sprint, conditions could be tricky.

With the competition inching closer and potential rain adding unpredictability, the Belgian Grand Prix promises thrilling opportunities. But what can we anticipate as F1 sets its sights on Belgium?


The tussle for pole – scheduled for Friday – might prove to be more competitive than the race for the championship, given that this season has already seen two non-Red Bull pole

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