The Belgium Grand Prix was full of drama, excitement and controversy, but thing didn’t really kick off until after the chequered flag had fallen when Lewis Hamilton told the F1 media that in the post-race team debrief Nico Rosberg had admitted that he deliberately left his car’s nose where it was in a fight with Hamilton – in order to prove a point, thus admitting that he had caused the accident that ruined Hamilton’s race. This also resulted in Rosberg being unable to beat Dan Ricciardo’s Red Bull for the win at Spa. So victory went to the Australian. The relationship between the two Mercedes drivers has been heating up for some time. Now, it would seem, the gloves are off…
– We look at Bernie Ecclestone’s Great Escape from Germany
– The story of Max Verstappen
– JS commiserates with Alexander Rossi
– Tony Fernandes explains why he left F1
– We remember the March 701
– The Hack looks back in anger
– DT finds himself agreeing with Max Mosley
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