Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain celebrates his victory in the Belgian F1 Grand Prix in Spa-Francorchamps August 23, 2015. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton won the Belgian Grand Prix from pole position Sunday to stretch his lead over Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg to 28 points with eight races remaining.Rosberg finished 2 seconds behind the Briton, in a dry race despite teams anxiously studying weather maps for approaching rain in the final stages, to complete Mercedes' seventh one-two in 11 races.The two collided at Spa last year, with Hamilton having to retire, but the risk of that happening again receded when Rosberg made a slow getaway off the front row.Hamilton has now won six races this season, and 39 in his F1 career.
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