Max Verstappen easily took care of his network punishment by raging through the field to guarantee a prevailing success in the Belgian Grand Prix.

Reigning title holder Verstappen had been in prevailing structure the entire end of the week at Spa yet was among seven drivers to get a lattice punishment subsequent to utilizing such a large number of motor parts.

Verstappen was fourteenth on the network yet spilled through the field untroubled in spite of an emotional opening lap where Lewis Hamilton resigned in the wake of slamming into Fernando Alonso.

The Dutchman was into the platform places by lap eight and, following the principal round of refueling breaks, he passed Ferrari's shaft sitter Carlos Sainz to lead on lap 18.

It was plain cruising for Verstappen and he is currently followed in the drivers' standings by Sergio Perez, who is 93 focuses behind his partner subsequent to finishing a Red Bull one-two.

Sainz finished the platform, with colleague Leclerc - who began fifteenth - coming in fifth behind George Russell, who rescued something from a troublesome end of the week for Mercedes that arrived at its nadir when Hamilton's race finished early

Spa is perhaps of F1's most stupendous stage and by and large commitments heaps of show. That was surely the situation during the beginning phases on Sunday, albeit when Verstappen hit the front there was a feeling of parade.

Having brought home his most memorable big showdown when things went to the wire in Abu Dhabi last season, the Dutchman is on a whole other level this time around.