The Turkish Grand Prix from Formula 1 adds another episode of the pulse for the World Cup between Lewis hamilton and Max verstappen, although this time predictably opted in favor of the Dutch by the sanction to the British, who premiered in Turkey a new combustion engine. The Mercedes driver achieved pole position for the sixteenth round of the World Championship this Saturday, but his penalty will make his teammate, the Finn Valtteri Bottas, come out first, while the Spanish Fernando Alonso (Alpine) will start fifth and Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) will have to come back from the last place after changing the engine.
Hamilton, intractable this weekend in Istanbul, he will not be able to defend his World Championship lead from pole, as he will have to fulfill ten penalty positions on the grill for a brand new combustion engine. His teammate Bottas will start only from the front row of the grid, while Verstappen (Red Bull), the main rival of the seven-time world champion for the title, will benefit from his suspension and will start second.
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Turkish GP race schedule