F1 Guide – Belgian Grand Prix: Race date, time and how to watch plus circuit overview, standings and more
- Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 250
- Valtteri Bottas – Mercedes – 188
- Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 181
- Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 156
- Charles Leclerc – Ferrari – 132
- Pierre Gasly – Red Bull – 63
- Carlos Sainz Jr – McLaren – 58
- Kimi Raikkonen – Alfa Romeo – 31
- Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 27
- Lando Norris – McLaren – 24
- Daniel Ricciardo – Renault -22
Hamilton now has a 62 point lead over teammate and 70 point lead over nearest rival Verstappen. Mercedes lead in the constructors standings by 150 points over Ferrari.
Charles Leclerc will be hoping for no repeat of last year which saw the former Sauber driver’s halo play a vital part in protecting him when Fernando Alonso went airborne inches above him.
Sportsmail provides you with everything you need to know for Belgian Grand Prix 2019 including date, time and channel plus qualifying results, circuit overview, winners and odds.
Lewis Hamilton is looking for his second consecutive win at the Hungarian Grand Prix
When is it?
The thirteenth Grand Prix race of 2019 F1 season takes place on Sunday, September 1.
What time is it?
UK viewers will able to watch Belgian Grand Prix live from 2.10pm BST.
How can I watch the Belgian Grand Prix?
UK viewers will be able to watch live on Sky Sports F1 or NOWTV.
You can also watch highlights on Sunday at a later time on Channel 4 as well.
Belgian Grand Prix – Last five winners
2018 – Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
2017 – Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
2016 – Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)
2015 – Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
2014 – Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
Belgian Grand Prix Schedule (BST):
Practice 1 – Friday, August 30
- UK time: 10am to 11:30am
Practice 2 – Friday, August 30
Practice 3 – Saturday, August 31
Qualifying – Saturday, August 31
The Race – Sunday, September 1
- UK time: 2:10pm to 4:10pm
The Belgian Grand Prix takes place at Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Stavelot, Belgium.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel are level on three wins each around this track as they look to join Kimi Raikkonen on four wins.
Belgian Grand Prix is back at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps located in Stavelot
- Circuit Length: 4.4mi/7.0km
- Laps: 44
- Race Distance: 191.4mi/308.1km
- Lap record: 1 minute 46.288 by Valtteri Bottas (2018)