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It's back in F1, Button won the Grand Prix of Belgium

Return to action after five weeks of mandatory vacation, Grand Circus Formula 1 occurred on the majestic circuit of Spa-Francorchamps last weekend. A Belgian Grand Prix which saw Jenson Button reap his first pole position since 2009. During the race, the McLaren-Mercedes driver has never been in a position to lose, forging an insurmountable lead in the early laps.

The chaos of the first corner will remain the most astonishing moment of this test, while the two Sauber drivers, Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso and Romain Grosjean were eliminated when the latter was what might be described as "brain failure" harpooning Hamilton first before take off and fall heavily on the Ferrari of Alonso. This is not the first time this season that Grosjean has this kind of irresponsible behavior in the bunch. This time, many observers are high against the french Team Lotus driver and officials decided to forbid him to attend the next Grand Prix this weekend in Monza.

Sebastian Vettel, the tenth party brings his Red Bull-Renault's second place finish, thanks to bold overtaking. Kimi Raikkonen (Lotus-Renault) is third. Nico Hulkenberg, a great end to the other with his Force India-Mercedes, complete the "Top 4" ahead of Felipe Massa (Ferrari), Mark Webber (Red Bull-Renault), Michael Schumacher (Mercedes) and Toro Rosso -Ferrari of Jean-Eric Vergne and Daniel Ricciardo.

In NASCAR, the three largest series occurred on the oval of Atlanta, Georgia. Sprint Cup, Denny Hamlin (Toyota) defeated a Jeff Gordon (Chevrolet) very aggressive, which would be required to be part of Spilotes hoped disputing the final phase of the title. Nationwide, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (Ford) has wins, as Ty Dillon (Chevrolet) in Camping World Trucks.

In the streets of Baltimore, Maryland, the IndyCar Series and American Le Mans shared the poster. On a typical street circuit that some American organizers are still able to do in our time, with its concrete walls unprotected, its houses built at the last minute baffles and rails railway on which the cars take off, both races were enamelled incidents.

American Le Mans, the victory goes to the duo Christophe Bouchut / Scott Tucker on their Honda ARX LMP2 prototype class. IndyCar, the Australian Will Power started from the pole position again, but various incidents have relegated to sixth place overall. Ryan Hunter-Reay, his rival for the title, a cookie before Ryan Briscoe and Simon Pagenaud. Describes the thirteenth, the Quebecois Alex Tagliani finished eighth.

In World Championship FIA GT Cars, drivers had an appointment on permanent road circuit in Moscow, created a brand new complex on the outskirts of the Russian capital. Only eleven crews were departing, the team Hexis realizing the dual with his McLaren MP4-12C, the winning car being that of Stef Dusseldorp and Frederic Makowiecki.

Finally, emphasize the victory of Juho Hanninen (Skoda Fabia S2000) at the Barum Rally, a stage run in the Czech Republic and of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge.

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