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Heavy rain forces extended delay to Belgian GP

Heavy rain and fog has forced a lengthy delay to the start of the Belgian Grand Prix at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. Race control announced an initial five minute delay to the start procedure with less than 90 seconds to go to the scheduled start time. That was followed by more incremental delays over the next 25 minutes. The conditions had barely changed when it was decided to attempt a formation lap behind the safety car. The cars finally pulled away from the grid, but with the exception of Max Verstappen - who had the best visibility starting from pole position at the front of the field - the drivers immediately reported being unable to see anything ahead of them in the water...
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