Well, not the most thrilling of races, but Belgium certainly had its moments. Thanks for joining me today!
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Podium celebrations and a huge grin from Hamilton.
Grosjean runs to his team and everyone hugs.
Well, there's the Mercedes one-two - but Romain Grosjean takes third! Great result for him.
He proceeds to basically get in everyone's way for the next half a lap.
That one-stop strategy he was fretting about has not paid off.
VETTEL'S TYRES HAVE JUST GONE!
Jenson Button muses on the backmarkers and their failure to pit: "Even we're catching them." Burn.
Grosjean is filing down that margin more and more. Even if the top two are as predictable as ever, we have some excitement here.
Vettel has Grosjean just over a second behind him - that might be worth watching as we go into these last laps.
So Mercedes have the top two spots on the podium locked down, right? ...right?
Carlos Sainz was struggling from the start, but he can't limp over the line. He's back in the garage.
Jenson Button is getting the blue flags. How demoralising this entire year must have been for him.
Alonso is told that it's raining 40km away. His response is not recorded.
Weather is still looking fine as the teams continue to fret about those in-rushing clouds.
Kvyat is lapping fastest, and Hamilton is being called into the pits. He's not happy, and his team tell him if he doesn't take the slot Rosberg will. Hamilton pits.
And Vettel seems less than happy with his car at the moment. That's something to keep an eye on.
Hamilton's stretching that lead over Rosberg - more than five seconds now.
And just over three seconds separate the Mercs now at the front of the field.
Now then. Fastest lap of the race for Felipe Massa, who's down in seventh.
Apparently the clouds are gathering around 100km away.
Perez is told to try and make his tyres last until the end of the race. Ouch. Tough work.
Oh no! Daniel Ricciardo has pulled up on the track and is out of his car; the marshals are yelling at him for some reason. Yellow flags and virtual safety car.
Great driving from Grosjean, now through into third, moving smoothly past Perez.
Sky is still looking very blue at the moment, despite the forecast rain.
Bottas is told to soldier on as best he can with that sole errant prime tyre on the back.
Well, you'd hope so. That's literally their job and Bottas suffers for what seems to be a stupid error.
And a fastest lap so far for Nico Rosberg.
Drive-through penalty for poor Bottas after that tyre mishap.
Vettel slips into the lead as Hamilton takes his first stop of the afternoon.
Rosberg is the next man in. Mercedes don't give him a random set of tyres, for which he'll be grateful.
Meanwhile, Bottas has pitted...and now has odd tyres. How has that even happened?
Max Verstappen laughs in the face of tradition and attempts to absolutely skin Nasr round the outside.
That's a sizeable lead there for Hamilton already.
Perez pits, and Rosberg is now back into second.
Is Jenson Button joking? He's telling his team he thinks they "forgot to connect the batteries". They're having such a terrible time of it you wouldn't be surprised.
Spoke too soon. Jenson Button is asking whether his team can see any damage to his car. They can't.
Everyone seems intact now after that flurry of drama in the opening stages.
Maldonado into the pits - presumably not to emerge again.
Vettel is up into fifth. Worth watching him today.
What on earth has Maldonado done now? Smacked into some inanimate object and ruined his power unit?
Rosberg is digging in to Bottas on the turn, and reclaims a place.
Perez is into second, with Ricciardo in third, Bottas in fourth and now Rosberg is down to fifth. Yep.
Hamilton is out swiftly, and the chasing pack are packing themselves around Nico Rosberg.
Here we go!
Now Carlos Sainz is also reporting a loss of power. This isn't going well so far.
Hulkenberg is throwing up the Xs on the grid - that'll be an aborted start.
"No power, I have no power," says Hulkenberg.
Formation lap and Sergio Perez is glued to the grid, but he eventually shifts himself.
National anthem plays as the drivers line up.
Potential problem with the Force India here - Nico Hulkenberg is reporting a loss of power.
And, as always, it's been a dismal weekend (and season) for McLaren Honda so far.
I might devise a macro that saves me having to waste time typing, "It's an all-Mercedes front row."
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