Spa is among Formula 1 drivers’ most loved tracks too, with its mix of long straights and challenging fast corners allowing them to push their cars to the edge of their capabilities – if it’s dry, that is.
The size of the track and the nature of Belgian weather mean it can sometimes be raining on one part of the track and dry on another, meaning grip can vary from one corner to the next. Keep an eye on the thrilling Eau Rouge, arguably the most famous sequence of corners in the world, as the drivers flick left, right and then up the hill through Raidillon.
The weather is notoriously changeable (it can often be simultaneously raining on one part of the track and dry on another), making this track an unpredictable and demanding one for the drivers.
Follow us in a few moments for the latest updates and results from the Belgian Grand Prix, as the first practice session is about to get underway, with Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc at the wheel of the SF90, ready to continue evaluating the ideal set-up ahead of the qualifying session and the race on Sunday.