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After Lewis Hamilton regains the lead in the Drivers’ World Championships Dramatic victory at the Russian Grand PrixMarking his 100th F1 race victory, Max Verstappen was able to start from behind the grid and create a decent damage limit in 2nd place due to a penalty on the engine grid.

Lando Norris saw him and McLaren miss their first F1 victory. I misunderstood a late shower When the British driver was leading the race in Sochi, he fell to seventh place on the checkered flag.

Since the frustrating end of the race in Russia, Norris has worked closely with the McLaren team to learn lessons from their mistakes. 2-day sim session At that walking base.

During the Russian and Turkish rounds, F1 also completed the rest of the 2021 calendar. First trip to Qatar It fills the vacant slots in November as part of the triple header with Mexico and Brazil.

The Turkish Grand Prix remained in the 2021 F1 calendar as part of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic reshuffle that returned last year, marking Hamilton’s record-breaking seventh F1 world title.

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes-AMG F1, 1st place, his dog Roscoe, and the Mercedes team celebrate the championship victory

Photo: Charles Coates / Motorsport image

Timing of 2021 Turkish GP session

F1 sticks to the Turkish Grand Prix’s regular weekend schedule, with two practice sessions each 60 minutes on Friday (rather than the previous 90 minute session) and an additional hour of practice session on Saturday.

The Q1, Q2 and Q3 knockout style qualifying formats will also be retained on Saturday afternoon to determine the grid for the Turkish Grand Prix on Sunday.

F1 also stopped the star race 10 minutes past the 2021 season’s hour mark, with all races starting from the top of the hour.

Friday, October 8, 2021

Free practice 1:09:30 am-10: 30am BST (11:30 am-12: 30pm local)
Free practice 2: 1:00 pm-2: 00pm BST (3:00 pm-4: 00pm local)

Saturday, October 9, 2021

Free practice 3: 10:00 am-12: 00pm BST (12:00 pm-1: 00pm local)
Qualifying: 1:00 pm-2: 00pm BST (3:00 pm-4: 00pm local)

Sunday, October 10, 2021

Race: 1:00 pm BST (3:00 pm local)

How can I see the Turkish Grand Prix?

Channel: Sky Sports F1 HD
Channel number-empty: 406
Channel Number-Virgin Media: 506 (Sky Sports F1 HD)
Sky Sports has live and exclusive rights to the UK, and preparations for the F1 Race will begin at 11:30 am prior to the 1 pm turn-off.

Lance Stroll, Racing Point RP20, Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB16, Sergio Perez, Racing Point RP20 and other fields

Lance Stroll, Racing Point RP20, Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB16, Sergio Perez, Racing Point RP20 and other fields

Photo: Glenn Dunbar / Motorsport image

When can I see the highlights of the Turkish Grand Prix?

・ Channel: Channel 4
・ Start time: Saturday qualifying 6:30 pm, Sunday race 6:30 pm

Channel 4 reserves the right to view the Turkish Grand Prix highlights for Saturday qualifying and Sunday races.

Will the Turkish Grand Prix be broadcast on the radio?

Live radio coverage of all practice, qualifying and racing for the 2021 F1 season is available on the BBC Radio 5 Live and 5 Live Sports Extra Station, or on the BBC Sport website.

Coverage for the Turkish Grand Prix will begin at 1 pm BST on the BBC Sport website.

Turkish Grand Prix weather forecast

Istanbul is set to mixed weather conditions throughout the race weekend, with high likelihood of rain on Saturdays and dry and cool conditions on Fridays and Sundays. A maximum temperature of 19 degrees Celsius is expected on Sunday. This is the same temperature as the warmest conditions in the Russian Grand Prix.

Most F1 Turkish Grand Prix wins

Felipe Massa: 3 wins (2006, 2007, 2008)
Lewis Hamilton: 2 wins (2010, 2020)

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