Despite starting on pole-position for the Belgian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton could only manage to salvage a third place finish ahead of team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Running a two-stop strategy Hamilton pushed hard through the race but admitted his pace wasn't strong enough for the Red Bull and Ferrari cars which passed him. 'I got everything that I could out of the car today but we just weren't as quick as Sebastian [Vettel] and Fernando [Alonso].
'I made a nice start and it felt like the exit out of turn one was good, too. But Seb just caught me on the run out of Eau Rouge and there wasn't really much I could do to defend: I moved once, like we are allowed to, but then I just had to watch him...
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