Sebastian Vettel has admitted that he is 'surprised' by the dominance of Red Bull after he cruised to his second career Belgian Grand Prix victory. The German won the race by 16 seconds and even then, he wasn't using the cars full potential.
Vettel continues to extend his championship lead over Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton – both of whom leap-frog Raikkonen in the standings. He started the race from second on the grid but took advantage of his superior speed through Eau Rouge and the slip-stream on lap one to take the lead from Hamilton. From then on, no one could challenge him.
Speaking in a team statement he said: 'I don’t think we expected to be dominant here, and it...
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