There was no doubt who the star of the show was in qualifying at the Belgian Grand Prix on Saturday, with George Russell pulling off a stunning lap to grab P2 on the grid for Williams.

    In doing so, the young Brit beat championship leader Lewis Hamilton to take the second front-row slot, with the Mercedes man unable to beat Russell's time and ending up third fastest.

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    So how exactly did Russell pull off such a feat in a Williams car that has been among the slowest on the grid this year, against the championship-leading Mercedes?

    Former F1 driver Jolyon Palmer takes a deep dive into the laps of both Russell and Hamilton to find out, in the video above.

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