Dominant Lewis Hamilton strolls to Belgian GP win to close in on Michael Schumacher’s all-time race victory record… after George Russell crashed into the barrier when he was hit by a loose wheel

Lewis Hamilton won the 89th race of his career by dominating the Belgian Grand Prix from start to finish. Hamilton is just under seven seconds ahead of Bottas as we enter the final lap. LAP 29/44: Seb Vettel looks to take the initiative and asks to be pitted. Sergio Perez, who was in last place a few laps ago, gets past Vettel and moves into 11th. LAP 19/44: Bottas is 1.8 seconds behind Hamilton and will have to up the pace to get within DRS range. LAP 6/44: Hamilton puts in a fastest lap of 1:49.470 to extend that 1.1 second gap to Bottas to 1.7 seconds. DRS opens up after this lap, Bottas is just over a second behind his team-mate and has posted the fastest lap of the race.

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