Hamilton penalised, Massa handed win

Lewis Hamilton has lost his victory at the Belgian Grand Prix after he was given a penalty for cutting a chicane when fighting with Kimi Raikkonen

Hamilton penalised, Massa handed win

The stewards gave Hamilton a drive-through penalty after the race had ended, meaning 25 seconds were added to his time.

The win goes to Brazilian Felipe Massa, second in the race. The penalty has dropped Hamilton to third place in the race.

Revised race results and standings:

 Pos Driver Team  1. Massa Ferrari 2. Heidfeld BMW Sauber 3. Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 4. Alonso Renault 5. Vettel Toro Rosso-Ferrari 6. Kubica BMW Sauber 7. Bourdais Toro Rosso-Ferrari 8. Webber Red Bull-Renault 9. Glock Toyota 10. Kovalainen McLaren-Mercedes 11. Coulthard Red Bull-Renault 12. Rosberg Williams-Toyota 13. Sutil Force India-Ferrari 14. Nakajima Williams-Toyota 15. Button Honda 16. Trulli Toyota 17. Fisichella Force India-Ferrari 18. Raikkonen Ferrari Fastest lap: Raikkonen, 1:47.930 Not classified/retirements: Driver Team On lap Barrichello Honda (B) 21 Piquet Renault (B) 14 World Championship standings, round 13: Drivers: Constructors:  1. Hamilton 76 1. Ferrari 131 2. Massa 74 2. McLaren-Mercedes 119 3. Kubica 58 3. BMW Sauber 107 4. Raikkonen 57 4. Toyota 41 5. Heidfeld 49 5. Renault 36 6. Kovalainen 43 6. Red Bull-Renault 25 7. Trulli 26 7. Williams-Toyota 17 8. Alonso 23 8. Toro Rosso-Ferrari 17 9. Webber 19 9. Honda 14 10. Glock 16 11. Vettel 13 12. Piquet 13 13. Barrichello 11 14. Rosberg 9 15. Nakajima 8 16. Coulthard 6 17. Bourdais 4 18. Button 3 All timing unofficial 
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