Belgian GP (2015)
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The FIA says it is "satisfied with the thoroughness" of Pirelli's investigation and its conclusions following Sebastian Vettel's tyre failure in the Belgian Grand Prix.
Heavyweight Formula 1 pundits David Coulthard and Jo Ramirez have totally disagreed on whether Sebastian Vettel’s post-race outburst about Pirelli was merited after his Belgian Grand Prix tyre failure.
The on-track challenges at Spa separate the men from the boys, but the real heroes of last week's Belgian Grand Prix were not driving F1 cars, says Jonathan Noble.
Sebastian Vettel broke his silence on Tuesday – the first time he's spoken publicly following his outburst in the immediate aftermath of the Belgian GP – to say he stands united with Ferrari over its tyre strategy.
Pirelli discovered damage on other tyres over the Belgian Grand Prix weekend, as it still seeks a definite answer as to what caused the Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel tyre failures.
Lewis Hamilton made it look easy at Spa, taking his sixth win of the season as Ferrari's hopes vanished together Sebastian Vettel's rear tyre. Adam Cooper explains how Mercedes came through its own tyre dramas.
Ferrari and Pirelli are set for talks over Sebastian Vettel's Belgian Grand Prix tyre failure, as both parties worked on Monday to try to find answers as to what exactly happened.
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Pirelli has hit out at Formula 1's teams and bosses for not listening to a rule change request that would have prevented the Belgian Grand Prix tyre controversy.
Daniel Kvyat finished in fourth, Max Verstappen eight. Daniel Ricciardo and Carlos Sainz did not finished the race.
Sergio Perez: "Fifth place and ten points is a good result, but we just lacked the pace to really fight for the podium today."
Felipe Massa: "It has been a difficult day but to still finish sixth is the main positive we will take away from the weekend."
Nico Rosberg believes Formula 1 needs to come up with a better solution to warn of catastrophic Pirelli tyre blowouts, like he and Sebastian Vettel suffered at Spa-Francorchamps this weekend.
Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene said his team would never be 'crazy' enough to take a safety risk with its strategy, as he defended its one-stop approach to the Belgian Grand Prix.
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Romain Grosjean admitted that it “would have been difficult” for him to finish on the podium in the Belgian Grand Prix had it not been for Sebastian Vettel’s spectacular tyre blowout.