F1 NATION: Red Bull on a roll as Piastri shines through the gloom – it's our Belgian GP review
The record run continues for Red Bull, as Max Verstappen picked up his eighth straight victory at Spa-Francorchamps with a commanding display from sixth on the grid. He might have swept all before him, winning the Sprint as well, but the Dutchman's performance wasn't the only thing of note from an action-packed weekend – as the crew from F1 Nation discuss.
Joining Tom Clarkson and Natalie Pinkham is Dutch F1 journalist Erik van Haren of De Telegraaf, with those three discussing all the talking points from a sodden Spa, as the first half of the F1 season drew to a close.
Christian Horner and Helmut Marko are on hand to reflect on what has been a record-breaking season so far for Red Bull, with Verstappen seemingly heading towards a third straight drivers' title and Sergio Perez second in the championship and back on form.
Ferrari's Team Principal Fred Vasseur discusses how the Scuderia have gone in his first season in charge, and what they can achieve after the summer break, with Monza on the horizon.
Alpine have had some management changes, and their new Interim Team Principal Bruno Famin explains more about what can be expected from the French outfit in 2023, off the back of a strong weekend with both their drivers picking up points.
Mike Krack knows he has work to do after Aston Martin's early season podium success has given way to slightly less impressive results, but Fernando Alonso delivered a decent drive in the race to climb up to fifth at the flag.
Yuki Tsunoda is also on hand after scoring his first championship point since Azerbaijan, and Lando Norris' Dad Adam also pops by to discuss McLaren's recent climb back to the front of the field.
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