The Ferrari driver registered his 14th career pole position, placing him on the all-time records at 16th, alongside Alberto Ascari, James Hunt and Ronnie Peterson.
It's the first time that Kimi starts from pole position in Belgium, his best result beforehand was a second place in 2002 and 2005.
The Ferraris lead the race © Reuters
In the race, Raikkonen was able to snatch his 13th F1 career win, equalling David Coulthard and Alberto Ascari at the 17th spot on all-time table. Among the active drivers, though, Raikkonen is only behind Fernando Alonso (19 wins) in the winners chart.