Spa, Belgium: Jenson Button coasted to his second victory of the season at the crash-marred Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday, with Formula One championship leader Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton forced out after a spectacular pileup at the start.
It was Button's first victory at Spa and the 14th of the British driver's career " and probably one of the easiest as he led from start to finish, oblivious to the mayhem behind him.
"This is such a special circuit, so to get a victory here from light to flag is very special," Button said. "It hasn't been an easy year for me. We're going to enjoy this for a little while longer before we head to Monza and hopefully do the same."
Button triumphantly zigzagged across the track as he approached the finish line and then clapped his hands together in celebration. He then stood on his McLaren and leaned his head back as he clenched both fists....more
07:18 PM, Sep 02, 2012
Ferrai's Felipe Massa is back to training earlier than expected. It's summer break for Formula One and most drivers are busy mellowing out, recharging their batteries. But that's not the case with the Brazilian who got back behind the wheel at his local circuit of Interlagos for the fourth round of Brazil's Copa Fiat series. He did two practice sessions and was very impressive, setting times of 1m 51.411s and...
03:05 PM, Aug 20, 2012