Spa-Francorchamps Circuit Layout & Records

Spa-Francorchamps F1 Circuit Details
Location:Spa, Spa-Francorchamps Circuit Layout & Records Belgium
Event:Belgian Grand Prix
Used Since:1986
Type:Closed Circuit
 Lap Dist.:7.004 km

Lap Record

Lap Record:1:46.286 min
Date:26 August 2018
F1 Driver:Valtteri Bottas
F1 Car:Mercedes W09
Speed:237.231 km/h

Pole Record

Record Pole:1:41.501 min
Date:25 August 2018
F1 Driver:Sebastian Vettel
F1 Car:Ferrari SF71H
Speed:245248.415 km/h
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Spa Francorchamps, Belgium

Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps Layout

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History

 

Spa-Francorchamps Track History


The old and new Spa-Franchorchamps circuit layout

The old and new Spa-Francorchamps circuit layout

Early in 1920, nothing, it seemed, was to disturb the usual quietness in the peaceful village of Francorchamps, perched on a hill very close to the Moors. Nothing, except that, on a beautiful summer day, while settled at the Hotel des Bruyeres, two people well-know in the car racing world, the one being Jules de Thier, Manager of the newspaper " La Meuse ", and the other, Henri Langlois Van Ophem, Chairman of the Sports Commission at the RACB (Royal Automobile Club Belgium), had the idea of taking advantage of the triangle drawn by the roads connecting Malmedy, Stavelot and Francorchamps to make a racing track of it.

First race
While enjoying an ideal spot in these green Ardennes, the track stretched in a hilly landscape but was also made of numerous straight portions, particularly suitable to achieve high speeds. Moreover, being close to Spa, already famous on the international scale for its hydrotherapy, and where some car races had been popular for a few years, this track seemed to have a lot of assets to be successful. Therefore, a race was already scheduled for the following year. Prepared for August 1921, that race for cars could unfortunately not take place, due to a lack of representation. Indeed, although everything was ready, only one competitor was registered on the entry form. Eventually, the track was inaugurated by the motorcyclists, while the motorists started in 1922.
1924 saw the first organisation of the famous 24 Hours of Francorchamps, only one year after Le Mans, whereas the first real big international race for single-seaters, the European Grand Prix, was run in 1925. Seven cars took part in this event which saw the victory of the famous Alfa Romeo driver, Antonio Ascari.

1925-1940
During the period extending from the mid-twenties until the eve of World War II, the motorcycles Grand Prix and the prestigious car races like the 24 Hours of Francorchamps and the Belgian Grand Prix were going to be the major track events. As far as the track is concerned, it remained roughly the same as it used to be in the beginning.
But something new occurred in 1939 : Francorchamps was getting an artificial curve, unique in its kind: the "Raidillon" or steep rise. That obstacle, intended to be passed at a very high speed, was a forerunner of the orientation its manager wanted to give to the track : to make it one the fastest tracks in Europe, contrasting sharply that way with its German neighbour of The Eifel, which was very spectacular too but much more tortuous and therefore one of the slowest. World War II was going to interrupt the life of the track for seven long years during which that part of the
Ardennes was little spared.

1947-1970

Jim Clark Lotus 49 Ford at LaSource Hairpin turn, Belgium Grand Prix, Spa-Francochamps circuit, 1967.

Jim Clark Lotus 49 Ford at LaSource Hairpin turn, 1967 Belgium Grand Prix, Spa-Francochamps circuit

1947 saw the sports activities resume in the area around " L'Eau Rouge ". Once again, the prestigious races were in the spotlight : Motorcycles and Cars Grand Prix, to which were occasionally added the 24 Hours of the Racb, before they resumed annually from 1964. Later on, other organisations completed that programme. So, in the late fifties, the RAC from Spa organised its Grand Prix of Spa, then, in the early seventies, the junior RAC, its 24 Hours motorcycles.
If everything seemed to develop properly, that situation would, however, only last until until 1970, when, for the last time, the Formula I Grand Prix took place along the fourteen-kilometre-long track. Due to the claims formulated through the sixties, a certain amount of Grand Prix drivers did not want to run in Francorchamps any longer for security reasons, which were quite difficult to solve for the Intercommunale Managers. The tune was however given.

 

Jacky Stewart on the grid in his March-Ford F1 car at Spa-Francorchamps (1970)

Jacky Stewart on the grid in his March-Ford F1 car at Spa-Francorchamps (1970)

Because, even if the other races usually scheduled still took place, it was getting obvious that along its fourteen kilometres, the track had become very dangerous considering the increased performance of the cars and the few possibilities left to adapt the surroundings as it was the case when new tracks were built.

 

The end of the big Francorchamps was close. They were bound to react if they wanted to preserve the track and create one which took better into account the safety measures claimed by the Grand Prix drivers.
So, after different plans aimed at preserving the main characteristics of the track while eliminating some high risk areas (essentially the part included between Les Combes and Blanchimont), a track was eventually chosen and the works could start. The seven-kilometre-long track was inaugurated in 1979.

 

1983-today

Start of the 1985 Belgian F1 GP. In front are Senna, (Lotus), Mansell (Williams) and Prost (McLaren)

Start of the 1985 Belgian F1 GP. In front are Senna, (Lotus), Mansell (Williams) and Prost (McLaren)

More technical, winding and equipped with clearance areas, the new track kept the major part of the element which made it famous while combining improved safety for the pilots and new appeal for the spectators. Thanks to the new track, the Belgian Formula I Grand Prix would quickly come back to Francorchamps. That race was a major event which would pave the way for many others, with less media coverage, but which contributed to make Francorchamps more dynamics, to diversify its kind of activities and to put it at the forefront of the international stage.

 

Between 1980 and 1990, Francorchamps ran to a well-established schedule. Similarly, the circuit could be adapted to suit all  requirements, in terms of FIA safety. However, Francorchamps remained a “racing” circuit which was only closed to public traffic when there were meets. The evolution of motor sports and above all, the increasingly professional marketing approach led the situation to become rather complicated. In order to safeguard its future, the circuit had to become permanent and be definitively closed to all public traffic. The completion of the Verviers-Prüm motorway, the compulsory purchase of the last roadside property and the building of a bypass between the villages of  Francorchamps and Meiz-Burneville would enable this essential step towards the future.

Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium 2018. Lance Stroll, Williams FW41.

Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium 2018.
Lance Stroll, Williams FW41.

So in the early part of this century, Francorchamps “went professional” and was a tremendous success with clubs and incentive day organisers from all over Europe wanting to book one or several days outside of the official races. With nothing established, a new wave of panic began to emerge at the end of the century over the Eau Rouge valley. In 1997 the Belgian government passed a law banning the advertising of tobacco. With teams sponsored by these advertisers, the very life of the Belgian F1 Grand Prix was under threat. Up until 2005, when a European directive came into force, there were many incidents resulting from the problem of the tobacco advertising ban, to the extent that it was even left out of the Grand Prix in 2003.

It was said that it was hard for Francorchamps since F1 reinstated the Raidillon-Les Combes-Blanchimont route to the delight of millions of fans in 2004 and 2005. However, this was not an easy time for the circuit. Francorchamps had grown very quickly but there were still a number of gaps to be filled. Although work on the track that the FIA demanded meant that the sections most prized by drivers could remain in the top of the world track, the infrastructure no longer met world FIA requirements. Thanks to the Walloon government, Francorchamps was provided with F1 stands which fitted in perfectly with the magic of the place and which paved the way to a new circuit, one that was even more professional and dynamic and better geared towards new activities in the world of business.

Details

 

Spa-Francorchamps Circuit in detail


La Source to Eau Rouge

La Source to Eau Rouge

La Source to Eau Rouge

The first corner, the La Source hairpin, is the slowest part of the track: car speeds drop to just 70km/h and engine revs to around 8,700rpm. As cars exit the hairpin, the track dips very sharply and continues to fall for several seconds. The compression at the bottom of the descent exerts huge pressure on the engine. The vertical load will be close to +5g, squashing everything downwards into the base of the car – fuel, lubricants, the driver – every part will be positively loaded. At the end of the old pits the track starts to climb very sharply, with a gradient close to 1 in 4, equivalent to one of the steepest climbs in the Tour de France. This is particularly tough for the engine as loads suddenly change. Going over the crest of the hill, they will change even more dramatically, with the vertical force suddenly lifted – imagine how your stomach feels when you come over the top of a dip in a rollercoaster. The parts are suddenly unloaded, with the vertical forces switching to -3g. This can affect fluid flow through the lubricant and fuel systems as they too ‘rise’ within the system and away from their respective pumps – the systems therefore need to be ultra-effective to avoid starvation.

 

The Kemmel Straight

Kemmel straigt after au rouge

Kemmel straigt after au rouge

From the exit of La Source to the braking point for Les Combes engines will be at full throttle and maximum revs – without lifting – for close to 23 secs, the longest period of wide open throttle on the calendar. It’s a phenomenally long distance for the engine to be under such stress; more than 20 times the length of a soccer pitch. The demands are exacerbated by the climb – over 80m in altitude from the exit of La Source to Les Combes – meaning atmospheric pressures change. At the higher altitude less air is going into the engine, so less fuel is burned at the top of Les Combes than at the compression after La Source. The difference is typically 1% between these two points.

 

 

Blanchimont to Bus Stop Chicane

Carlos Sainz Jr (ESP) Renault Sport F1 Team RS18. Belgian Grand Prix, Sunday 26th August 2018. Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium.

Carlos Sainz Jr, Renault RS18 in Bus stop chicane (2018)

The second long straight at Spa is from Stavelot through Blanchimont to the Bus Stop chicane, where the engines will be at wide open throttle for 20 secs. Going into the Bus Stop, the driver will be at over 320 km/h but will need to brake down to 75 km/h for the entry to the corner. To give the right stability engineers work very hard on the overrun settings, trying to reduce any rear locking whilst not pushing too much at turn-in. In parallel they will try to make the downshifts as smooth as possible so as not to destabilise the rear of the car.

 

The Spa Circuit is by far the most popular closed circuit according the F1 drivers.

Podiums

 

F1 Podium Winners on Spa-Francorchamps

YearRaceDateDriverTeamLaps
20202020 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 301th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
2th Finland Valtteri Bottas
3th Netherlands Max Verstappen
Germany Mercedes
Germany Mercedes
Austria Red Bull
44
44
44
20192019 Belgian Grand PrixSeptember 11th Monaco Charles Leclerc
2th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
3th Finland Valtteri Bottas
Italy Ferrari
Germany Mercedes
Germany Mercedes
44
44
44
20182018 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 261th Germany Sebastian Vettel
2th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
3th Netherlands Max Verstappen
Italy Ferrari
Germany Mercedes
Austria Red Bull
44
44
44
20172017 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 271th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
2th Germany Sebastian Vettel
3th Australia Daniel Ricciardo
Germany Mercedes
Italy Ferrari
Austria Red Bull
44
44
44
20162016 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 281th Germany Nico Rosberg
2th Australia Daniel Ricciardo
3th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Germany Mercedes
Austria Red Bull
Germany Mercedes
44
44
44
20152015 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 231th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
2th Germany Nico Rosberg
3th France Romain Grosjean
Germany Mercedes
Germany Mercedes
United Kingdom Lotus F1
43
43
43
20142014 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 241th Australia Daniel Ricciardo
2th Germany Nico Rosberg
3th Finland Valtteri Bottas
Austria Red Bull
Germany Mercedes
United Kingdom Williams
44
44
44
20132013 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 251th Germany Sebastian Vettel
2th Spain Fernando Alonso
3th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Austria Red Bull
Italy Ferrari
Germany Mercedes
44
44
44
20122012 Belgian Grand PrixSeptember 21th United Kingdom Jenson Button
2th Germany Sebastian Vettel
3th Finland Kimi Räikkönen
United Kingdom McLaren
Austria Red Bull
United Kingdom Lotus F1
44
44
44
20112011 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 281th Germany Sebastian Vettel
2th Australia Mark Webber
3th United Kingdom Jenson Button
Austria Red Bull
Austria Red Bull
United Kingdom McLaren
44
44
44
20102010 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 291th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
2th Australia Mark Webber
3th Poland Robert Kubica
United Kingdom McLaren
Austria Red Bull
France Renault
44
44
44
20092009 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 301th Finland Kimi Räikkönen
2th Italy Giancarlo Fisichella
3th Germany Sebastian Vettel
Italy Ferrari
India Force India
Austria Red Bull
44
44
44
20082008 Belgian Grand PrixSeptember 71th Brazil Felipe Massa
2th Germany Nick Heidfeld
3th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Italy Ferrari
Switzerland BMW Sauber
United Kingdom McLaren
44
44
44
20072007 Belgian Grand PrixSeptember 161th Finland Kimi Räikkönen
2th Brazil Felipe Massa
3th Spain Fernando Alonso
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom McLaren
44
44
44
20052005 Belgian Grand PrixSeptember 111th Finland Kimi Räikkönen
2th Spain Fernando Alonso
3th United Kingdom Jenson Button
United Kingdom McLaren
France Renault
United Kingdom BAR
44
44
44
20042004 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 291th Finland Kimi Räikkönen
2th Germany Michael Schumacher
3th Brazil Rubens Barrichello
United Kingdom McLaren
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
44
44
44
20022002 Belgian Grand PrixSeptember 11th Germany Michael Schumacher
2th Brazil Rubens Barrichello
3th Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom Williams
44
44
44
20012001 Belgian Grand PrixSeptember 21th Germany Michael Schumacher
2th United Kingdom David Coulthard
3th Italy Giancarlo Fisichella
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom McLaren
Italy Benetton
36
36
36
20002000 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 271th Finland Mika Häkkinen
2th Germany Michael Schumacher
3th Germany Ralf Schumacher
United Kingdom McLaren
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom Williams
44
44
44
19991999 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 2981th United Kingdom David Coulthard
2th Finland Mika Häkkinen
3th Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen
United Kingdom McLaren
United Kingdom McLaren
Ireland Jordan
44
44
44
19981998 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 301th United Kingdom Damon Hill
2th Germany Ralf Schumacher
3th France Jean Alesi
Ireland Jordan
Ireland Jordan
Switzerland Sauber
44
44
44
19971997 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 241th Germany Michael Schumacher
2th Italy Giancarlo Fisichella
3th Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen
Italy Ferrari
Ireland Jordan
United Kingdom Williams
44
44
44
19961996 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 251th Germany Michael Schumacher
2th Canada Jacques Villeneuve
3th Finland Mika Häkkinen
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom Williams
United Kingdom McLaren
44
44
44
19951995 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 271th Germany Michael Schumacher
2th United Kingdom Damon Hill
3th United Kingdom Martin Brundle
Italy Benetton
United Kingdom Williams
France Ligier
44
44
44
19941994 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 281th United Kingdom Damon Hill
2th Finland Mika Häkkinen
3th Netherlands Jos Verstappen
United Kingdom Williams
United Kingdom McLaren
Italy Benetton
44
44
44
19931993 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 291th United Kingdom Damon Hill
2th Germany Michael Schumacher
3th France Alain Prost
United Kingdom Williams
Italy Benetton
United Kingdom Williams
44
44
44
19921992 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 301th Germany Michael Schumacher
2th United Kingdom Nigel Mansell
3th Italy Riccardo Patrese
Italy Benetton
United Kingdom Williams
United Kingdom Williams
44
44
44
19911991 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 251th Brazil Ayrton Senna
2th Austria Gerhard Berger
3th Brazil Nelson Piquet
United Kingdom McLaren
United Kingdom McLaren
Italy Benetton
44
44
44
19901990 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 261th Brazil Ayrton Senna
2th France Alain Prost
3th Austria Gerhard Berger
United Kingdom McLaren
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom McLaren
44
44
44
19891989 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 271th Brazil Ayrton Senna
2th France Alain Prost
3th United Kingdom Nigel Mansell
United Kingdom McLaren
United Kingdom McLaren
Italy Ferrari
44
44
44
19881988 Belgian Grand PrixAugust 281th Brazil Ayrton Senna
2th France Alain Prost
3th Italy Ivan Capelli
United Kingdom McLaren
United Kingdom McLaren
United Kingdom March
43
43
43
19871987 Belgian Grand PrixMay 171th France Alain Prost
2th Sweden Stefan Johansson
3th Italy Andrea de Cesaris
United Kingdom McLaren
United Kingdom McLaren
United Kingdom Brabham
43
43
42
19861986 Belgian Grand PrixMay 251th United Kingdom Nigel Mansell
2th Brazil Ayrton Senna
3th Sweden Stefan Johansson
United Kingdom Williams
United Kingdom Team Lotus
Italy Ferrari
43
43
43
19851985 Belgian Grand PrixSeptember 151th Brazil Ayrton Senna
2th United Kingdom Nigel Mansell
3th France Alain Prost
United Kingdom Team Lotus
United Kingdom Williams
United Kingdom McLaren
43
43
43
19831983 Belgian Grand PrixMay 221th France Alain Prost
2th France Patrick Tambay
3th United States Eddie Cheever
France Renault
Italy Ferrari
France Renault
40
40
40
19701970 Belgian Grand PrixJune 71th Mexico Pedro Rodríguez
2th New Zealand Chris Amon
3th France Jean-Pierre Beltoise
United Kingdom BRM
United Kingdom March
France Matra
28
28
28
19681968 Belgian Grand PrixJune 91th New Zealand Bruce McLaren
2th Mexico Pedro Rodríguez
3th Belgium Jacky Ickx
United Kingdom McLaren
United Kingdom BRM
Italy Ferrari
28
28
28
19671967 Belgian Grand PrixJune 181th United States Dan Gurney
2th United Kingdom Jackie Stewart
3th New Zealand Chris Amon
United States Eagle
United Kingdom BRM
Italy Ferrari
28
28
28
19661966 Belgian Grand PrixJune 121th United Kingdom John Surtees
2th Austria Jochen Rindt
3th Italy Lorenzo Bandini
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom Cooper-Maserati
Italy Ferrari
28
28
27
19651965 Belgian Grand PrixJune 131th United Kingdom Jim Clark
2th United Kingdom Jackie Stewart
3th New Zealand Bruce McLaren
United Kingdom Team Lotus
United Kingdom BRM
United Kingdom Cooper-Climax
32
32
31
19641964 Belgian Grand PrixJune 141th United Kingdom Jim Clark
2th New Zealand Bruce McLaren
3th Australia Jack Brabham
United Kingdom Team Lotus
United Kingdom Cooper-Climax
United Kingdom Brabham
32
32
32
19631963 Belgian Grand PrixJune 91th United Kingdom Jim Clark
2th New Zealand Bruce McLaren
3th United States Dan Gurney
United Kingdom Team Lotus
United Kingdom Cooper-Climax
United Kingdom Brabham
32
32
31
19621962 Belgian Grand PrixJune 171th United Kingdom Jim Clark
2th United Kingdom Graham Hill
3th United States Phil Hill
United Kingdom Team Lotus
United Kingdom BRM
Italy Ferrari
32
32
32
19611961 Belgian Grand PrixJune 181th United States Phil Hill
2th Germany Wolfgang von Trips
3th United States Richie Ginther
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
30
30
30
19601960 Belgian Grand PrixJune 191th Australia Jack Brabham
2th New Zealand Bruce McLaren
3th Belgium Olivier Gendebien
United Kingdom Cooper-Climax
United Kingdom Cooper-Climax
United Kingdom Cooper-Climax
36
36
35
19581958 Belgian Grand PrixJune 151th United Kingdom Tony Brooks
2th United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn
3th United Kingdom Stuart Lewis-Evans
United Kingdom Vanwall
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom Vanwall
24
24
24
19561956 Belgian Grand PrixJune 31th United Kingdom Peter Collins
2th Belgium Paul Frère
3th United Kingdom Stirling Moss
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
Italy Maserati
36
36
36
19551955 Belgian Grand PrixJune 51th Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio
2th United Kingdom Stirling Moss
3th Italy Nino Farina
Germany Mercedes
Germany Mercedes
Italy Ferrari
36
36
36
19541954 Belgian Grand PrixJune 201th Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio
2th France Maurice Trintignant
3th United Kingdom Stirling Moss
Italy Maserati
Italy Ferrari
Italy Maserati
36
36
35
19531953 Belgian Grand PrixJune 211th Italy Alberto Ascari
2th Italy Luigi Villoresi
3th Argentina Onofre Marimón
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
Italy Maserati
36
36
35
19521952 Belgian Grand PrixJune 221th Italy Alberto Ascari
2th Italy Nino Farina
3th France Robert Manzon
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
France Gordini
36
36
36
19511951 Belgian Grand PrixJune 171th Italy Nino Farina
2th Italy Alberto Ascari
3th Italy Luigi Villoresi
Switzerland Alfa Romeo
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
36
36
36
19501950 Belgian Grand PrixJune 181th Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio
2th Italy Luigi Fagioli
3th France Louis Rosier
Switzerland Alfa Romeo
Switzerland Alfa Romeo
France Talbot-Lago
35
35
35

Driver Ranking

 

Driver Ranking Spa-Francorchamps Circuit

DriverGP  1st  2nd  3rd  Pod  Pole  FL  Avg GridAvg PosPoints
1Germany Michael Schumacher166309147.26.2102
2Brazil Ayrton Senna95106402.23.457
3United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton144239624.37.3177
4Finland Kimi Räikkönen154015126.28.787
5United Kingdom Jim Clark84004138.34.939
6Germany Sebastian Vettel143216146.16.5152
7United Kingdom Damon Hill73104014.44.139
8Argentina Juan Manuel Fangio73003432.66.927
9France Alain Prost92327362.34.945
10Italy Alberto Ascari42103113.52.325
11New Zealand Bruce McLaren71315008.36.331
12Finland Mika Häkkinen101214316.49.230
13United Kingdom Nigel Mansell81214205.99.925
14Germany Nico Rosberg101203228.05.893
15Australia Daniel Ricciardo1011130110.19.874
16Italy Nino Farina61113112.75.322
17Brazil Felipe Massa131102018.57.268
18United Kingdom David Coulthard131102016.99.927
19Mexico Pedro Rodríguez31102009.04.015
20United Kingdom Jenson Button1510231010.312.064
21Australia Jack Brabham111012117.39.019
22United States Phil Hill51012118.27.016
23United States Dan Gurney71012126.76.915
24Monaco Charles Leclerc31001108.711.025
25United Kingdom John Surtees81001126.410.313
26United Kingdom Tony Brooks31001004.710.08
27United Kingdom Peter Collins41001008.513.88
28Spain Fernando Alonso150213009.111.761
29Italy Giancarlo Fisichella1102131010.711.422
30Australia Mark Webber100202117.78.062
31United Kingdom Jackie Stewart50202103.05.615
32Finland Valtteri Bottas80123017.46.176
33United Kingdom Stirling Moss70123017.19.613
34Brazil Rubens Barrichello160112119.312.821
35Germany Ralf Schumacher80112015.87.116
36Italy Luigi Villoresi40112005.84.012
37Austria Gerhard Berger130112126.213.712
38New Zealand Chris Amon50112117.010.210
39Sweden Stefan Johansson501120012.29.210
40Germany Nick Heidfeld701010010.910.116
41United Kingdom Mike Hawthorn50101115.65.611.5
42Belgium Paul Frère50101009.06.011
43Canada Jacques Villeneuve80101217.38.011
44United Kingdom Graham Hill110101306.79.910
45Austria Jochen Rindt50101007.89.69
46France Maurice Trintignant701010011.97.68
47Italy Luigi Fagioli10101003.02.06
48Germany Wolfgang von Trips20101006.56.06
49France Patrick Tambay30101008.314.76
50Netherlands Max Verstappen60022006.710.734
51Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen80022007.68.815
52France Romain Grosjean1000110011.113.031
53Poland Robert Kubica500110010.07.823
54Brazil Nelson Piquet70011104.78.114
55United States Richie Ginther60011017.26.013
56United States Eddie Cheever500110014.69.28
57France Jean Alesi120011007.914.18
58Belgium Olivier Gendebien30011004.74.37
59France Louis Rosier600110011.28.77
60Italy Riccardo Patrese100011009.014.47
61United Kingdom Martin Brundle1100110013.911.27
62United Kingdom Stuart Lewis-Evans100110011.03.04
63France Robert Manzon10011004.03.04
64Argentina Onofre Marimón200110010.07.04
65Belgium Jacky Ickx20011003.55.54
66France Jean-Pierre Beltoise200110012.05.54
67Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya40011204.511.34
68Italy Lorenzo Bandini50011009.213.04
69Italy Ivan Capelli600110015.013.34
70Netherlands Jos Verstappen600110016.512.74
71Italy Andrea de Cesaris1000110114.814.64
72Italy Cesare Perdisa200110010.05.52
73Mexico Sergio Pérez100000007.410.843
74Germany Nico Hülkenberg900000011.611.037
75France Esteban Ocon40000008.89.020
76Russian Federation Daniil Kvyat600000015.29.520
77Thailand Alexander Albon200000011.55.518
78Germany Adrian Sutil700000013.910.418
79France Pierre Gasly300000012.08.78
80United Kingdom Lando Norris200000010.59.06
81Finland Keke Rosberg30000009.010.35
82United States Harry Schell30000008.35.35
83United Kingdom Mark Blundell400000011.56.85
84Italy Alessandro Nannini500000011.213.05
85United Kingdom Johnny Herbert1100000012.312.55
86Russian Federation Vitaly Petrov300000017.310.74
87France Jean-Eric Vergne300000015.010.34
88Japan Kamui Kobayashi300000010.311.04
89Finland Heikki Kovalainen600000012.312.04
90Denmark Kevin Magnussen600000011.313.74
91United Kingdom Derek Warwick700000013.310.44
92United Kingdom Eddie Irvine90000009.411.84
93United Kingdom Cliff Allison100000012.04.03
94Switzerland Toulo de Graffenried10000009.04.03
95Italy Ignazio Giunti10000008.04.03
96Mexico Ricardo Rodríguez10000007.04.03
97Austria Christian Klien200000014.57.53
98Brazil Roberto Moreno200000115.09.03
99France Jacques Laffite300000015.07.33
100Canada Lance Stroll400000013.510.83

Team Ranking

 

Team Ranking Spa-Francorchamps Circuit

TeamGP  1st  2nd  3rd  Pod  Pole  FL  Avg GridAvg PosPoints
1Italy Ferrari531415103910156.09.3459
2United Kingdom McLaren371276251177.09.0281
3Germany Mercedes1256314757.14.4322
4United Kingdom Team Lotus2251061411.911.268
5United Kingdom Williams3534613758.610.1144
6Austria Red Bull1534411236.97.8259
7Italy Benetton162136038.38.357
8Switzerland Alfa Romeo62103238.411.827
9United Kingdom BRM111405307.610.647
10United Kingdom Cooper-Climax81326119.89.042
11Ireland Jordan1412141010.912.631
12France Renault1511242110.411.682
13Italy Maserati610452310.09.130
14United Kingdom Vanwall31012007.88.015
15United States Eagle21001018.54.09
16United Kingdom March501121112.510.010
17India Force India1001011010.79.979
18Switzerland BMW Sauber401010010.36.328
19United Kingdom Cooper-Maserati201010010.58.111
20United Kingdom Brabham1400331110.411.727
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