Belgian GP - A zero that hurts for Alonso. Massa a great fifth

Only ten points for Scuderia Ferrari at the end of the Belgian Grand Prix, thanks to a fifth place for Felipe Massa, who staged a great climb up the order, after securing fourteenth place on the grid in yesterday’s qualifying. Fernando Alonso’s race lasted just a handful of metres, 290 to be precise. The Spaniard was hit very hard, first by Grosjean and then by Hamilton. After twelve Grands Prix, Fernando still leads the Drivers’ classification, although his advantage has been reduced significantly to just 24, while Felipe has moved up to eleventh. The Scuderia is still fourth in the Constructors’ ranking, but has lost ground to those in front.


Driver Pos. Time Gap Laps FL L
Massa 5th 1:29.38.375 + 29.845 44 1.53.464 44
>Alonso R - - 1 - -

Weather: air 19/20°C, track 29/31 °C. Sunny. Chassis: Alonso 296, Massa 294.

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