Five themes to watch for in the Turkish GP
AUTOSPORT gives you five things to look out for in Sunday's race at Istanbul
WEBBER MARCHING ON
Mark Webber didn't have a car capable of blitzing the best non-Red Bull by a second in qualifying, as he did in Spain earlier this month, but with a third consecutive pole position the Turkish Grand Prix is his to lose.
The RB6 remains the fastest car over lap and is mighty in the high-speed Turn 8, and if the Australian were to drive what F1 drivers like to call a "normal" race, he will be on the top step of the podium for an astonishing third time in four weeks. If you get pole position in Turkey, by and large you will win the race. That puts the onus very much on Webber to deliver the goods, but as he said after qualifying "I've had worse pressure".
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