• Lewis Hamilton won the Belgian Grand Prix with a dominant performance  
  • The Mercedes driver led from the front after securing pole position 
  • Nico Rosberg came second and was followed by Romain Grosjean in third after Sebastian Vettel’s tyre blew in the final moments

Jonathan McEvoy for the Daily Mail

Lewis Hamilton continues to dominate Formula One this season as he clinched the Belgian Grand Prix to extend his lead at the top of the Driver’s Championship.

The 30-year-old was rarely troubled as he led from the front after securing pole position during Saturday’s qualifying.

His Mercedes team-mate Nico Robserg finished in second, with Lotus’ Romain Grosjean making up the rest of the podium.

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Lewis Hamilton was dominant once again as the Mercedes driver won the Belgian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton was dominant once again as the Mercedes driver won the Belgian Grand Prix

Hamilton celebrates after winning the race and continuing his excellent form this season

Hamilton celebrates after winning the race and continuing his excellent form this season

The 30-year-old beat team-mate Nico Rosberg once again and extends his overall lead

The 30-year-old beat team-mate Nico Rosberg once again and extends his overall lead

Romain Grosjean took advantage of Sebastian Vettel's burst tyre to finish in third place 

Romain Grosjean took advantage of Sebastian Vettel’s burst tyre to finish in third place 

Hamilton received a rapturous welcome when he arrived at the track in Spa 

Hamilton received a rapturous welcome when he arrived at the track in Spa 

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