Gp turquia 2021

gp turquia 2021

Where will the 2021 Turkish Grand Prix be held?

The 2021 Turkish Grand Prix (officially known as the Formula 1 Rolex Turkish Grand Prix 2021) was a Formula One motor race, held on 10 October 2021 at Istanbul Park in Tuzla, Istanbul. It was the sixteenth of twenty-two rounds of the 2021 Formula One World Championship.

Who leads FP1 in F1 Turkish GP 2021?

^ Smith, Luke (8 October 2021). F1 Turkish GP: Hamilton leads FP1 with new Istanbul Park track record. Autosport. Retrieved 8 October 2021. ^ FP2: Hamilton fends off Leclerc to set pace in second Turkish GP practice.

Who was quickest in Turkish GP qualifying with Max Verstappen third?

^ Slater, Luke; Cary, Tom (9 October 2021). Lewis Hamilton quickest in Turkish GP qualifying with Max Verstappen third. Retrieved 10 October 2021. ^ a b Benson, Andrew (6 October 2021). Turkish Grand Prix: Carlos Sainz to start from back of grid.

Who has won the Turkish Grand Prix before?

Three previous Turkish Grand Prix winners entered this event in the form of Lewis Hamilton (who won the event twice previously in 2010 and 2020 ), Sebastian Vettel (who won the 2011 event), and Kimi Räikkönen (who won the inaugural Turkish Grand Prix in 2005 ).

What to expect at the 2021 F1 Turkish Grand Prix?

The 2021 Formula 1 season continues this weekend with the Turkish Grand Prix, the 16th round on the 22-race calendar. With just seven races to go, the title fight between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen looks set to heat up further as F1 returns to Istanbul Park for the second year running amid disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Where does the Turkish Grand Prix take place?

The event took place from 8–10 October at Istanbul Park in Tuzla, Istanbul, with the race covering fifty-eight laps of the fourteen-turn circuit. It was the ninth running of the Turkish Grand Prix, all of which have taken place at the same venue.

What does Turkiye Grand Prix mean?

Pérez The Turkish Grand Prix ( Turkish: Türkiye Grand Prix) is a Formula One motor race held at the Istanbul Park Circuit, designed by Hermann Tilke. The race was part of the Formula One World Championship between 2005 and 2011, and 2020 to 2021, the latter two being due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Who won the inaugural Turkish Grand Prix?

The winner of the inaugural Turkish Grand Prix was Kimi Räikkönen ( McLaren - Mercedes ), Fernando Alonso ( Renault F1) came in second, followed by Juan Pablo Montoya (McLaren-Mercedes). The fastest race lap was achieved by Juan Pablo Montoya in 124.770, a time which is yet to be surpassed.

What is Max Verstappen’s fastest time at the Turkish Grand Prix?

Regardless, Verstappen went quickest and has now managed to top every practice session before qualifying for the first time since Mexico 2018, where he won. Here in Turkey, he waltzed his Red Bull around the circuit for a fastest lap of 1m48.485s – 20 seconds slower than his FP2-leading effort.

How well do you know Max Verstappen?

QUIZ: How well do you know F1s newest world champion, Max Verstappen? Max Verstappen was fastest in final practice for the Turkish Grand Prix, but heavy rain in Istanbul meant any meaningful running was largely impossible in a session that saw Lewis Hamilton finish at the very bottom of the timesheets.

Who was the highest-placed Mercedes driver in F1’s pre-season test?

The highest-placed Mercedes was that of Valtteri Bottas, who completed just one flying lap on intermediates, in P8. Hamilton, on the other hand, was dead last with just a couple of laps to his name. He emerged for one installation lap, then again at the end of the session to test the wet conditions that he deemed “shocking”.

How did the AlphaTauri pair do in the wet at the Hungarian Grand Prix?

The AlphaTauri duo did brave conditions in the final 10 minutes of the sessions, possibly experimenting with a full wet set-up ahead of qualifying. The Alfa Romeos also left the pits late on to try wet tyres, though Giovinazzi clipped the barriers after an off at Turn 3. He finished 13th and Kimi Raikkonen 16th overall.

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