Red Bull dominated Friday’s second session, with both Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber almost a second quicker than the Lotus of Romain Grosjean.

Sebastian_Vettel-Belgian_GP-S01Both Vettel and Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso suffered right-rear punctures late in FP2 around Turn 14. Pirelli suspect both were caused by debris on the track.Tyre choice here is the hard (orange markings) and medium (white) compounds.

So, at the end of final practice it is still Red Bull leading the way, but Ferrari looking very much in the hunt as Alonso splits Vettel and Webber with just two-tenths separating the three.

It all bodes well for a very competitive qualifying session, which may or may not be wet. Join us again in just under two hours’ time to see who will take pole at Spa-Francorchamps.

01.Deutschland Sebastian VettelRed Bull Racing1:48.32716
02.Spain Fernando AlonsoScuderia Ferrari1:48.43214
03.Australia Mark WebberRed Bull Racing1:48.53316
04.France Jean-Eric VergneScuderia Toro Rosso1:48.77615
05.Brazil Felipe MassaScuderia Ferrari1:48.78815
06.United Kingdom Jenson ButtonVodafone McLaren Mercedes1:48.88213
07.Mexico Esteban GutiƩrrezSauber F11:48.93018
08.France Romain GrosjeanLotus F11:48.96714
09.Deutschland Nico Rosberg Mercedes AMG Petronas1:48.99316
10.Finland Kimi RaikkonenLotus F11:49.00817
11.Australia Daniel RicciardoScuderia Toro Rosso1:49.03515
12.United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Mercedes AMG Petronas1:49.04617
13.Deutschland Adrian SutilSahara Force India1:49.12215
14.Finland Valtteri BottasWilliams F11:49.17715
15.United Kingdom Paul di RestaSahara Force India1:49.22614
16.Mexico Sergio PerezScuderia Toro Rosso1:49.41714
17.Deutschland Nico HulkenbergSauber F11:49.47819
18.Venezuela Pastor MaldonadoWilliams F11:50.41814
19.France Charles PicCaterham F1 Team1:51.41615
20.Holland Giedo van der GardeCaterham F1 Team1:51.80018
21. France Jules BianchiMarussia F1 Team1:52.22117
22. United Kingdom Max ChiltonMarussia F1 Team1:53.50718