Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton celebrates on the podium after winning the 2017 Belgian Grand Prix alongside second-placed Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
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Lewis Hamilton celebrated his 200th Formula One race in style Sunday with a pole-to-flag Belgian Grand Prix victory for Mercedes that halved Sebastian Vettel's championship lead to seven points.Vettel finished second for Ferrari, 2.3 seconds behind, after pushing his rival all the way without being able to get close enough to make a move stick in what amounted to a two-horse race of relentless pressure.With eight races remaining, four-time champion Vettel has 220 points and Hamilton 213 ."It's pretty much for all the Dutch here, so thanks for hanging around," said Ricciardo, whose teenage teammate Max Verstappen retired shaking his head in sheer frustration after eight laps.It was his sixth retirement in 12 races. While Hamilton and Vettel played out their own private duel, there was plenty of action further down the field with the Force India duo of Mexican Sergio Perez and Frenchman Esteban Ocon playing a starring role.
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