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  Sunday, 1 September, 2002, 11:34 GMT 12:34 UK
Lapwatch: Belgian Grand Prix

Michael Schumacher at La Source at Spa
Schumacher has now won six times at Spa
Final positions

1 M Schumacher
(Ferrari)
2 R Barrichello
(Ferrari)
3 JP Montoya
(Williams)
4 D Coulthard
(McLaren)
5 R Schumacher
(Williams)
6 E Irvine
(Jaguar)


Major incidents (All times BST):

Lap 44: Michael Schumacher cruises over the line to take his sixth win at Spa and a record 10th victory of the season.

Rubens Barrichello makes it a one-two for Ferrari, with Juan Pablo Montoya holding on to take third in the Williams.

McLaren's David Coulthard is forced to settle for fourth, with Ralf Schumacher fifth in the Williams and Eddie Irvine taking a point for Jaguar.

Lap 43: Michael Schumacher holds a comfortable 4.8-second lead over Ferrari team-mate Rubens Barrichello going into the final lap.

Juan Pablo Montoya looks set to hold off David Coulthard for third place.

Lap 42: McLaren's David Coulthard is trying to keep the pressure on third-placed Juan Pablo Montoya in a late bid to snatch a podium spot.

Lap 41: Olivier Panis is the victim of the fifth Honda engine blow-up of the weekend as he is forced out of the race. Michael Schumacher is set for victory with just three laps to go.

Lap 40: Juan Pablo Montoya faces a fight to hang on to his third place in the closing laps as David Coulthard's McLaren closes in on the Williams.

Lap 39: Giancarlo Fisichella retires his Jordan in dramatic fashion as flames and smoke pour out of the back of the car.

Lap 38: Sauber driver Felipe Massa is forced to retire as his engine blows and Jaguar's Pedro de la Rosa is out after an apparent suspension failure.

Lap 36: Kimi Raikkonen's race comes to a smoky end as his engine blows.

Jarno Trulli also retires in the Renault just seconds later to move Ralf Schumacher up to fifth and Jaguar's Eddie Irvine to sixth.

Lap 35: David Coulthard's stop of 6.2 seconds is not enough to bring him out ahead of Juan Pablo Montoya in third.

Ralf Schumacher is homing in on sixth-placed Jarno Trulli.

Lap 34: Juan Pablo Montoya's pit stop allows David Coulthard to briefly move up to third in the McLaren.

Lap 33: Ferrari pair Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello look on the way to yet another one-two as they have their stops out of the way while their rivals do not.

Lap 32: Ralf Schumacher has a slow pit stop, which is good news for sixth-placed Jarno Trulli.

Lap 31: Michael Schumacher moves back into the lead as Rubens Barrichello pits for his second stop.

Barrichello comes out ahead of Juan Pablo Montoya, who has yet to bring his Williams in for its second stop.

Lap 30: Leader Michael Schumacher enjoys a quick second stop, coming out just behind Ferrari team-mate Rubens Barrichello, who has yet to pit.

Lap 29: Jarno Trulli comes in for his second stop, allowing Ralf Schumacher to take sixth place.

Lap 28: Sauber's Felipe Massa comes in for his second pit stop.

Lap 26: Michael Schumacher slices through the field in his Ferrari, lapping Olivier Panis (16th) and Giancarlo Fisichella (15th).

The German is a massive 49.606 seconds clear of third-placed Juan Pablo Montoya, with Rubens Barrichello a comfortable second.

Lap 25: Ralf Schumacher steps up his chase of Renault's Jarno Trulli, who holds sixth spot.

Lap 24: Ferrari's Michael Schumacher is well on his way to victory, leading team-mate Rubens Barrichello by 20.9 seconds.

Lap 23: BAR's Olivier Panis is challenging Jordan's Giancarlo Fisichella for 15th place as Michael Schumacher continues to lead.

Lap 22: Sauber drivers Nick Heidfeld and Felipe Massa are duelling for 13th place.

Lap 21: Jordan's Giancarlo Fisichella briefly holds sixth place but his pit stop allows Renault's Jarno Trulli to move back into the points.

Lap 20: Juan Pablo Montoya looks set for a fight to hang on to his third place as McLaren pair David Coulthard and Kimi Raikkonen are close behind.

Lap 19: David Coulthard moves up to fourth place after his pit stop at the expense of his McLaren team-mate Kimi Raikkonen.

All of the top six have now been in for their first stops.

Lap 18: Minardi's Anthony Davidson crashes out at speed after putting two wheels on the grass.

Juan Pablo Montoya stays in third place ahead of Kimi Raikkonen as the two drivers pit together.

Lap 17: Ferrari's Rubens Barrichello has an efficient pit stop of 10.2 seconds but Michael Schumacher moves back into the lead.

Ralf Schumacher spins his Williams and comes straight into the pits. The mishap allows Renault's Jarno Trulli to move up to sixth after his pit stop.

Lap 16: Leader Michael Schumacher comes in for his first pit stop and a time of 8.6 seconds sends him back out in second place.

He rejoins 11 seconds behind Ferrari team-mate Rubens Barrichello, who has yet to pit.

Lap 15: Felipe Massa and Takuma Sato are the first drivers to come into the pits, with Sato's Jordan returning to the track in last place.

Lap 14: Michael Schumacher is pulling away from his Ferrari team-mate Rubens Barrichello at a rate of more than a second per lap. The German leads by 11.2 seconds.

Jacques Villeneuve continues his charge through the field by passing Toyota's Allan McNish to move up to 11th place.

Lap 13: Jacques Villeneuve's BAR is closing in on 11th-placed Allan McNish in the Toyota.

Lap 12: Jenson Button's Renault slows to a crawl and his race is over as he pulls over to the side of the track.

Lap 11: Ferrari's Rubens Barrichello has a comfortable 11-second cushion over third-placed Juan Pablo Montoya as leader Michael Schumacher continues to set fastest laps.

Mark Webber blames gearbox problems for his retirement in the Minardi.

Lap 10: David Coulthard, in fifth place, is tracking his McLaren team-mate Kimi Raikkonen.

Lap 9: Michael Schumacher is well on the way to a record 10th win of the season, holding a five-second lead over Ferrari team-mate Rubens Barrichello with 36 laps to go.

Lap 8: Jacques Villeneuve's pressure on Giancarlo Fisichella pays off as he moves through to snatch 13th place.

Felipe Massa follows Villeneuve through to push Fisichella's Jordan down to 15th.

Lap 7: Leader Michael Schumacher has opened up a 4.3-second lead over his Ferrari team-mate Rubens Barrichello.

Lap 6: Jacques Villeneuve begins to close in on Giancarlo Fisichella in the Jordan as he eyes 13th place. Fisichella appears to illegally move twice to block out his rival at Les Combes.

Lap 5: Mark Webber retires in the Minardi as the Ferraris of Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello continue to move off into the distance.

Lap 4: Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello continue to widen the gap to the rest of the field, with third-placed Juan Pablo Montoya more than eight seconds adrift of the leader.

Lap 3: Michael Schumacher continues to pull away in the Ferrari.

He leads team-mate Rubens Barrichello by two seconds and third-placed Juan Pablo Montoya by 6.5secs.

Lap 2: Michael Schumacher leads by 2.2 seconds after a blistering first lap and a mistake from Kimi Raikkonen allows Juan Pablo Montoya to take third place.

Lap 1: Michael Schumacher gets away well from pole and his Ferrari team-mate Rubens Barrichello gets past Kimi Raikkonen to take second.

Juan Pablo Montoya gains a place to move into fourth and David Coulthard pushes Ralf Schumacher back to sixth.

1300: The grid is cleared and Michael Schumacher's Ferrari leads the cars out on their warm-up lap.

1230: The drivers leave the pit lane for their final laps before forming up on the grid for the race start at 1300.

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