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Season Back On Track At Belgium

We are now heading for the home stretch of the 2011 Grand Prix season. There are only a few races left to decide which driver will ultimately be champion. This weekend sees the next contest, after about a month’s break.  (The last race was held in Budapest on the 29 – 31 July). It is the terrific 2011 Formula 1 Shell Belgian Grand Prix. The race is set to go ahead at the illustrious Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps on Sunday the 28th of August 2011 at two in the afternoon.

The circuit is considered by some to be the greatest contemporary racing track on earth. The Belgian Grand Prix has been in operation in some form since 1925. The circuit is famous for its twisting and turning track across the Ardennes Mountains. The Belgian Grand Prix is thought to have one of the most precarious corners in racing and is also beset by unpredictable weather – there can be a great deal of rainfall at one part of the circuit, whilst other stretches of the track may have clear skies and sunshine. This adds to the danger and the excitement of The Belgian Grand Prix.

The race will comprise 44 laps, cover a circuit length of 4.352 miles (7.004 km) with a total imposing distance of 191.410 miles (308.052 km).

Racing fans will be wondering who will succeed at this year’s Belgian Grand Prix. Will 2010 winner Lewis Hamilton complete the double and triumph two years in succession? Or, will Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel add another win to the tally which has seen him steady at the top of the leader board. But, Jenson Button still dreams of usurping the leader and taking his crown.

All eyes, then, are now on The Belgium Grand Prix.

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