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Belgian F1 Grand Prix 2016 Qualifying: Saturday’s Results, Times, Final Grid

Nico Rosberg will start Sunday’s Formula One Belgian Grand Prix in pole position, as he looks to close the gap on team-mate and championship leader Lewis Hamilton. Hamilton was hit with a 55-place grid penalty ahead of qualifying due to requiring three engine changes, which means he’ll start at the back of the pack at Spa-Francorchamps, as reported by the BBC's Andrew Benson. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was second fastest around the famous track, while Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen came home in third. Here’s a look at the full standings from a competitive qualifying session, via Formula 1: In Q1, it was Williams’ Felipe Massa who went fastest with a lap of one minute, 47.738 seconds. Sebastien Vettel and team-m...

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