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Mark Webber Sets Pace in What Promises To Be a Great Belgian Grand Prix

What can you say about Spa, eh? What a brilliant restart to the season we were treated to today.  For the first time in 2010, Q1 was actually worth watching, Q2 provided shocks, and although Q3 was a little flat, it has produced a tantalizing grid! 
Qualifying One Di Grassi opened the session, followed by almost all the other drivers.  Belgium’s weather has been as unpredictable as ever this weekend and although the track was dryish when the light went green, black clouds loomed over the circuit.  It didn’t take long for the wet areas of the track (practice three had been wet) to cause havoc!  Petrov’s Renault went slightly wide and hit a damp patch sending his car spinning out.  The Rena...

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