The complete 2011 Turkish GP review

The complete 2011 Turkish GP review

The Turkish Grand Prix was an overtaking-fest of epic proportions, with action throughout the field. But nobody could get near Sebastian Vettel as the German took his third win of the year to pull further clear in the World Championship. Look back on the key events of the weekend with our comprehensive review

PRACTICE

Practice one

It would be easy to focus on the fact that Sebastian Vettel converted 'Kinky Kylie' into something more akin to an ineffective supermarket trolley when he lost control of his Red Bull RB7 after running wide on the exit of Turn 8 in the rain. And let's face it, there's not many occasions when you see any reigning world champion make such a costly error.

But to do that would be to overlook the weather itself, which allowed us a misty window into how Pirelli's tyres might work should they be called into action later this season.

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