Alex Albon: Belgian GP performance is one of his personal best.

A weekend to remember for Williams driver Alex Albon scoring yet another point in a scintillating fashion.

At the Belgian Grand Prix, Alex Albon produced arguably his best performance since returning to Formula One.

The Thai driver defended tenth place like a lion all the way to the chequered flag to earn a well-deserved point.

The 26-year-old had a magical weekend, making it to Q3 solely on merit after an outstanding Saturday.

Albon started the race from sixth place due to a slew of grid penalties for other drivers but quickly dropped a few places.

He maintained his points position despite losing some ground early on, thanks to his FW44, which was nothing short of a rocket ship down the straights.

Albon was able to easily overtake, and many people commented on how fast the Williams Racing car was during the race.

Having led a DRS train of five cars near the end, none could catch the apparent mile-wide Williams.

Albon’s performance was outstanding, and he hailed the race as one of his “personal bests” after finishing tenth.

“This was one of the tougher races I’ve done in my career and also one of my personal bests. We did the best job we could today and it’s a good feeling,” said Albon.

” On the lap to the grid, it was clear that tyre degradation was going to be really high and hotter track temperatures than we have had the rest of the weekend made tyre wear worse.

“On the final stint I was thinking about three-stopping, but we held on, kept Lance [Stroll] behind and then it was about not making any mistakes.”

“I think, as a whole, we executed the weekend from FP1 onwards well, maximised the positive of our car being quick on the straights, and made no mistakes.

“We experimented, made the best of the tyres in qualifying and maximised the results potentially in the race, so I’m very happy.

He added: “As a team, we had a complete weekend and that’s what it shows; when you don’t have the fastest car but you do everything right, you can still come away with a point or two.”

The 26-year-old has been the only points scorer for his team so far in the campaign while having arguably the worst car on the grid.