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Stewards to probe Hamilton, Raikkonen clash

Lewis Hamilton jumps the Bus Stop chicaneThe Belgian Grand Prix stewards cast doubt over the result of the race after announcing an incident between Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen was under investigation.

Hamilton won the thrilling race after passing Raikkonen when it began to rain heavily with three laps to go.

Before that, however, the duo made contact several times while the McLaren driver tried to pass the Ferrari and vice versa. Hamilton jumped the Bus Stop chicane before passing Raikkonen at La Source.

Hamilton went on to take his fifth win of the season while Raikkonen crashed against the wall and retired.

The stewards said after the race that the incident between the drivers was under investigation.

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