The complete 2011 Belgian GP review

The complete 2011 Belgian GP review

Everything that happened throughout the Spa weekend: from the rain on Friday and Senna's qualifying stardom on Saturday to Red Bull's dramatic but effective one-two in Sunday's race when Vettel scored his seventh victory of the season

PRACTICE

Practice one

The result was a poignant one on paper: as he started the weekend where he would celebrate the 20th anniversary of his remarkable Formula 1 debut at Spa in 1991, Michael Schumacher was quickest in opening practice for this year's Belgian Grand Prix.

But the timing screens were more than a little deceptive, for Schumacher and team-mate Nico Rosberg were the only men who managed any flying laps on slick tyres before the characteristic Spa rain arrived.

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