The bromance between Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton is still going strong, with the two world champions continuing to praise each other on their performances at the Turkish Grand Prix. Vettel, who got his first podium in over a year, was the first person to greet Hamilton in parc ferme after winning a record-equalling seventh drivers’ title.
Wowza. Everyone take a deep breath and let’s process what just happened during one of the wildest Grand Prix we have seen in this modern era. In the end it was Hamilton who took victory, with Sergio Perez coming in second and Sebastian Vettel making a welcomed return to the podium after a last-lap pass on […]
During qualifying at the Turkish Grand Prix, a recovery vehicle and marshals were still on track when Q2 was given the green light under wet and slippery conditions. Many have questioned how an event like this can happen again, especially after the death of Jules Bianchi in 2014.
After an amazing qualifying session, the FIA were kept busy investigating penalties for the likes of pole sitter Lance Stroll, in addition to Sainz, Norris and Russell.
Lance Stroll secured the first pole position of his career at the Turkish Grand Prix during one of the wildest qualifying sessions we have EVER seen, but almost immediately after the race it was announced he was being investigated for not respecting the yellow flags during a session.
It’s been the story of the weekend so far; a newly resurfaced track has been causing big trouble for drivers at Istanbul Park. However, with rain overnight and all existing grip and dirt washed away from the track, FP3 was pretty much a washout with minimal running and insanely slow lap times.
After Romain Grosjean suggested that everyone in F1 should drive their rental cars on the track between sessions to get more grip on the resurfaced circuit, it turns out it has actually happened. Could 2020 get any weirder?
Due to the track being recently resurfaced ahead of F1’s return to Istanbul Park, Hamilton called the slippery conditions “terrifying” and how he wasn’t able to get enjoyment driving the circuit as a result.