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Valtteri Bottas didn’t put a wheel wrong as he did his part for Mercedes in preventing Max Verstappen from taking the Turkish GP win.
A potential engine penalty for Lewis Hamilton means Max Verstappen deserves to be favourite to win the Turkish Grand Prix.
Formula 1 is back in Turkey and Max Verstappen will be looking for a return to winning ways at the fan-favourite Istanbul Park.
Lewis Hamilton qualified fastest for the Turkish Grand Prix, but a 10-place grid penalty will give Valtteri Bottas pole position.
Lewis Hamilton went quickest in free practice 2 in Turkey, while Max Verstappen struggled to keep pace with both Mercedes cars.
As news of his engine penalty broke, Lewis Hamilton out-paced Max Verstappen in the opening practice for the Turkish GP.
Wet weather created a frenetic Turkish GP in 2020, and forecasters have given a 30-40% chance of a repeat of those conditions on Sunday.
The Turkish Grand Prix is preparing to welcome 100,000 people through the gates, while Istanbul anticipates a vital economy boost.
Dr Ian Roberts and Alan van der Merwe will be replaced in the Medical Car in Turkey, having both tested positive for Covid-19.
Lance Stroll returns this weekend to the scene where he enjoyed one of his career-best moments at the Turkish Grand Prix.
Michael Masi has informed teams “the entire track surface has been treated to increase the grip level” at Istanbul Park ahead of the Turkish Grand Prix.
There has been some good news for the Turkish Grand Prix, with the nation being taken off the UK’s red list of countries to travel to.
F1 organisers are waiting on the UK to reveal its ‘red list’ of banned countries for travel, to decide whether or not the Turkish Grand Prix can go ahead.
The Turkish GP, called up as a replacement only to be dropped then rescheduled, it about to be dropped again according to reports.
Another change to this year’s Formula 1 race calendar has been confirmed with the Turkish Grand Prix officially postponed.
F1’s decision to put Turkey on the calendar in place of Canada could backfire with the country added to the UK’s red travel list.
Lewis Hamilton stole the show at the Turkish Grand Prix, but his brilliance isn’t the only thing from the race that needs discussing.
The Turkish Grand Prix organisers took a rather usual step by using road car overnight to rubber in the Istanbul Park circuit.
According to the CEO of track manager Intercity, talks are ongoing between Istanbul Park and Formula 1 about future races at the track.