Lewis Hamilton kept his streak of Formula 1 poles going on Saturday at Spa in Belgium by beating his competitors and mother nature. He turned the fastest lap in Q3 on a wet track to just edge out Sebastian Vettel to grab his fourth straight pole of the season and fifth overall out of 11 races. Hamilton will start the Shell Belgium Grand Prix on Sunday from the top spot for Mercedes.
Force India's Paul di Resta held the fastest lap in Q3 for almost the entire session until Hamilton, Vettel, Webber, and Rosberg topped him on their final laps. Di Resta will start from fifth. Jenson Button will start from sixth for McLaren. The Lotus duo of Romain Grosjean and Kimi Raikkonen will start from seventh and eighth and the Ferrari duo of Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa will start from ninth and tenth after having a terrible Q3.
The Shell Belgium Grand Prix can be seen live on the NBC Sports Network at 7:30 a.m. ET Sunday.
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