The Belgian Grand Prix review: Button leaves chaos behind

The Belgian Grand Prix review: Button leaves chaos behind

The full story of a Belgian Grand Prix that featured Jenson Button domination and a startline crash that could have big world championship repercussions

PRACTICE

Practice one - Friday am

Heavy rain at Spa on Friday morning meant part two of the 2012 season got off to a muted start.

Only Sauber's Kamui Kobayashi was willing to try a flying lap in the first half of the session, and he would eventually end the morning fastest on a 2m11.589s lap.

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