Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton extended his lead at the top for the table for the Formula 1 drivers’ championship to 47 points.
He dominated the Belgian Grand Prix to take his fifth victory in seven races this year and the 89th of his career.
Hamilton headed team-mate Valtteri Bottas to a Mercedes one-two, from Red Bull’s Max Verstappen.
According to BBC World Sports, the Briton is two victories away from Michael Schumacher’s all-time record and set to equal his seven titles.
It was another imperious performance from Hamilton, his fifth win in the last six races.
He took pole position from Bottas by more than half a second on Saturday, held on in front on the first lap, always a challenge at Spa with the long run from the La Source hairpin up the hill to Les Combes, and never looked back.
He is turning the season into one of total domination and looks unbeatable as he seeks to make Formula 1 history.
It was a staid race at the front, Hamilton too quick for Bottas and the Finn with enough to hold off Verstappen, as all three measured their pace to ensure their tyres held on for a long final stint after being forced into an early pit stop because of a safety car.