Lance Stroll Keeps Pole After Yellow Flag Infringement

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. 

Lance Stroll in parc ferme after securing pole position. © XPB Images

Lance Stroll Takes Pole In Turkey. Yes. Really.

It was one of the weirdest qualifying sessions of the year, with an early red flag causing a big delay to running before it resumed and Stroll got pole in a crazy showdown. 

Lance Stroll celebrates his pole position in qualifying parc ferme © XPB Images

A Wet FP3 Caused Even More Chaos At Istanbul Park

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.

A Wet FP3 Caused Even More Chaos At Istanbul Park © XPB Images

Lewis Hamilton Calls Istanbul Park Track Conditions ‘Shit With A Capital S’

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.

Lewis Hamilton Calls Track Conditions 'Shit With A Capital S' © XPB Images

Istanbul Park Became An Ice Rink During F1’s First Session Back In Turkey

If you’re like us, you were super excited to see cars return to the Istanbul track. Having these cars go flat-out around Turn 8 was to be an amazing sight. However, the reality was very different as we had one of the slowest sessions of the year due to track conditions being super slippery.

Valtteri Bottas testing out the track in FP1 at Istanbul © XPB Images

W Series Will Become An F1 Support Series In 2021

W Series, the women-only racing championship, will be partnering with F1 for 2021 as a support race for eight of their Grand Prix events next year. 

W Series Will Become An F1 Support Series In 2021 © W Series

Verstappen Thinks He Could Take Turn 8 at Istanbul With His Eyes Closed

When WTF1 had Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen and Alex Albon on the podcast last month, talk turned to this weekend’s Turkish Grand Prix and the notorious ‘Turn 8’ that will be making a return. 

Verstappen Thinks He Can Take Turn 8 at Istanbul With His Eyes Closed © XPB Images

Interlagos Will Remain On The 2021 F1 Calendar After All

F1 has released a provisional 2021 calendar, with the Brazilain Interlagos track remaining for another year after it was reported the sport could be relocating to Rio in the near future.

F1 Will Remain At Interlagos As F1 Reveal 2021 Provisional Calendar © XPB Images

The F2 and F3 Formats Are Changing For 2021

F2 and F3 will no longer be racing during the same weekends from next year, with each championship looking to host three races at a Grand Prix event.

The F2 And F3 Formats Are Changing For 2021 © XPB Images

There Will Be A New F1 Night Race In Saudi Arabia Next Year

It has been speculated over recent weeks, but F1 have now confirmed we will have a Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in November next year.

There Will Be A New F1 Night Race In Saudi Arabia Next Year. © F1
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