The Formula1 Grand Prix of Belgium proved to be most interesting even though pole sitter Sebastian Vettel won the race as there was enough drama to keep viewers biting their finger nails off.  And if you are a Michael Schumacher fan then it does not get too much better than this, for the man who did not even set a time in yesterday’s qualifying thanks to a wheel coming off and consequently started in the 24th and last position on the grid, worked his way up to 5th place in the Mercedes GP car ahead of his teammate Nico Rosberg by the time the chequered flag was waved.  Almost equally impressive was Jenson Button’s drive from 13th on the grid to 3rd place and on to the podium, in the process pulling off some breath taking overtaking moves on competition such as Fernando Alonso.  While Button brought something for McLaren fans to rejoice about, Lewis Hamilton brought them grief when he threw his race away yet again, this time due to a misjudgment of where Kamui Kobayashi’s Sauber Ferrari was in relation to his own car after completing an overtaking move and this led him to crash out of the race.  Mark Webber drove a comparatively unspectacular race to finish a solid second behind teammate Sebastian Vettel who stormed to victory in his Red Bull Racing car.  The Ferrari of Fernando Alonso could finish only fourth and his championship hopes are now finished barring some miracle. His teammate Felipe Massa also faded in the race to finish in eighth position behind Force India’s Adrian Sutil who finished in seventh.  Ferrari have some soul searching to do since their cars were beaten fair and square on the track through overtaking moves.  One expected the Ferrari’s to be kind to their tyres but that was not to be.  Vettel seems to have the championship in his bag, barring major disaster(s).