Sergio Perez feared the tyres he finished the Turkish Grand Prix on wouldn’t have lasted another lap.
Lewis Hamilton says he is motivated to keep racing in Formula 1 after winning a record-equalling seventh title because of the difference he can make to the world.
Lewis Hamilton has won the drivers’ championship title with three races to spare with his victory in the Turkish Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton won the 2020 Turkish Grand Prix for Mercedes ahead of Sergio Perez and Sebastian Vettel.
Lewis Hamilton has clinched the 2020 Formula 1 drivers’ championship with three races to spare, winning the world title for the seventh time in his career.
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Pierre Gasly will start the Turkish Grand Prix from the back of the grid after AlphaTauri advised the FIA they intended to change his power unit.
Max Verstappen’s Red Bull and the two Mercedes are likely to be the cars to beat in the Turkish Grand Prix despite Racing Point taking pole, Renault’s sporting director Alan Permane believes.
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An extraordinary qualifying session has pitted Red Bull against Racing Point at the front of the grid, and the driver market situation adds extra intrigue.
How does a team going from taking pole position at every race to qualifying 4.7 seconds off pole position? Mercedes trackside operations director Andrew Shovlin explains.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2020 Turkish Grand Prix, where Racing Point scored a shock pole position.
The decision to start the second stage of qualifying while a recovery vehicle was still on track will be reviewed by the FIA.
Racing Point CEO Otmar Szafnauer said Lance Stroll fully deserved to take pole position in ‘the trickiest conditions I’ve seen’.
George Russell has become the second driver to receive a five-place grid penalty for failing to reduce his speed sufficiently for yellow flags.
Alexander Albon says he does not understand why race control allowed Q2 to start while Nicholas Latifi’s car was still actively being recovered by a crane and marshals.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff denied the team wasted an opportunity to gain valuable track knowledge in final practice after qualifying outside the top five.
Lando Norris has been moved back five place on the grid after the stewards ruled he failed to slow down sufficiently for yellow flags.