Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton, who drove superbly in his Mercedes, finished second, while Aston Martin’s Fernando Alonso filled the third spot on the podium.
It was the second pole of the year for Max Verstappen and the 22nd of his career, after the season-opening race in Bahrain, which he went on to win.
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen stayed ahead of his teammate Sergio Perez at the start and was never seriously challenged after that on his way to the win.
World champion Verstappen finished a comfortable 15.186 seconds ahead of Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes while Verstappen's Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez finished third on home soil.
The Dutch Verstappen completed the race in one hour, 42 minutes and 11.687 seconds to see the checkered flag first.
Austrian billionaire and co-founder of energy drink company Red Bull and owner of the Red Bull Formula One racing team, dies aged 78.
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen becomes only the third driver after Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel to clinch the title with four races to spare.
World champion and runaway series leader Max Verstappen makes the most of his unerring speed and reliability to claim a dramatic victory for Red Bull in his home Dutch Grand Prix.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen went from 14th to first to take a dominant one-two win in Belgian Grand Prix and accelerate his run towards a second Formula One title.
Max Verstappen's eighth win of the season was the 28th of the Dutchman's career.
Sebastian Vettel's 53 Grand Prix victories place him third on the all-time list behind Lewis Hamilton (103) and Michael Schumacher (91).
Verstappen's fifth win of the season tightens his grip on the drivers' standings with Perez now moving into second, 21 points behind, while Leclerc slips to 34 points adrift.
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