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Formula 1 – DHL Turkish Grand Prix Race Preview, Prediction, Date, Time & Schedule.


Formula 1 returns after a week's hiatus for the DHL Turkish Grand Prix which kicks off on Sunday, the 15th of November 2020 at Intercity Istanbul Park by 14:10 (BST).


What Happened in Saturday's Qualifying?


Finally! Mercedes' strong-hold on pole position was broken! - ahead of the Turkish Grand Prix by Lance Stroll (Racing Point). The 22-year-old Canadian produced the best lap of his career, fending off Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and multiple world champion, Lewis Hamilton in the weather stricken and extremely challenging qualifying race. This will be his maiden pole position on the grid and incidentally, it breaks Mercedes’ 100% pole record for this season. Although Max Verstappen still held his own – finishing 2nd behind Lance Stroll, Lewis Hamilton was pushed out of a top-five finish after coming in 6th. Team mate, Valtteri Bottas who usually found himself in top-three starting position on the grid finished in P9. Meanwhile, Sergio Perez (Racing Point BWT Mercedes), Alexander Albon (Red Bull Racing Honda) and Daniel Ricciardo (Renault) finished in P3, P4 & P5 respectively.


What Does the Intercity Istanbul Park Look Like?


Sunday’s Turkish Grand Prix will take place at the Intercity Istanbul Park - a 5.338km long race track. It is a 125,000-person capacity motorsports complex situated in the town of Tuzla Istanbul, Turkey. It held its first grand prix in 2005 and was recently refurbished after a short spell of inactivity from the F1 community. The track is composed of what can be relatively called straights but a few bends exits in all three sectors of the race track.


What Can We Expect at the Turkish Grand Prix 2020?


After equaling and surpassing Michael Schumacher’s grand Prix record (91) at the Portuguese Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton picked up his 93rd Grand Prix victory (72 – Mercedes, 21 - McLaren) at the Italian Grand Prix two weeks ago. The brit now looks equal the great Michael Schumacher on the most F1 World Championship title wins – seven. However, he complained bitterly about the conditions of racing in Friday's practice, "calling it a disaster".  After Saturday's qualifying nightmare which saw him finish in P6, he might not be able to realize that dream tomorrow should similar conditions seen on Saturday exist on race day. Valtteri Bottas who finished 9th on Saturday might also struggle along with team mate, Lewis. Max Verstappen would be starting in P2 - hoping to harness the performance of his RB14 and Stroll's slip stream to jump ahead of the unsuspecting Canadian. We anticipate a demanding race of 58 laps which spans a total of 309.396km. And if adverse weather conditions persist tomorrow, Red Bull's Max Verstappen is tipped to win the race.


Colombian national, Juan Pablo Montoya (2005) holds the lap record for this race track, 1:24.770.


When Does the Turkish Grand Prix Race Start?


Date: Sunday, 15th of November, 2020.


Time: 14:10 (BST).


Tournament: Formula 1.


Race: Turkish Grand Prix.


Location: Intercity Istanbul Park, Tuzla Istanbul, Turkey.