A look back at some of the best moments from the Belgian Grand Prix at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps.
After a four week break Daniel Ricciardo and his fellow racers get back in the driving seat to tackle one of the toughest circuits on the calendar, Spa-Francorchamps.
Formula One was welcomed back with typical Spa weather during the opening Free Practice session, with many drivers getting caught out in the tricky conditions.
With nine rounds remaining, Sebastian Vettel led the title by 38 points going into the Belgian Grand Prix, with Kimi Raikkonen, Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton all hoping to stop the German from taking his fourth championship in a row.
It looked as though Paul Di Resta was on for his first pole position but a drying track in the closing stages saw times tumble and Lewis Hamilton taking pole for Mercedes ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber.
Red Bull Junior Team driver Daniil Kvyat took his first GP3 victory in Race One at Spa from second on the grid in a race heavily affected by the Safety Car. Alexander Sims - who races alongside Kvyat in the Formula 3 Euro Series - took the win in Race Two.
Sam Bird and James Calado took victories in the GP2 Series as championship challengers Stefano Coletti and Felipe Nasr failed to score points in either race - despite the latter taking a stunning ninth place after starting 26th and last.
Lewis Hamilton led away from pole but on the run up Eau Rouge, Sebastian Vettel got into the Mercedes' slipstream and got himself into the lead of the race.
No one could stop Sebastian Vettel in Spa. After his first lap pass on Lewis Hamilton, he pulled way from the pack, eventually finishing 17 seconds clear of his nearest challenger Fernando Alonso.
Fernando Alonso did everything to stay in the championship hunt, finishing second after starting ninth and moving up to second place in the championship as title rival Kimi Raikkonen retired with brake failure.
Jenson Button came close to scoring McLaren's first podium of the season but his one-stop gamble didn't pay off and after a late switch back to a two-stop he eventually finished in sixth behind Mark Webber.
After a troubled start, Mark Webber took a fifth place finish to help Infiniti Red Bull Racing extend their lead in the World Constructors' Championship to 77 points from Mercedes.
Sebastian Vettel's fifth win of the year extended his championship lead to 46 points head of Fernando Alonso, with Lewis Hamilton third on 139 points, five points ahead of Kimi Raikkonen in fourth.