Deciphering the Turkish GP strategies
The Turkish Grand Prix was a fascinating event, with strategy and overtaking moves playing a huge role. Adam Cooper takes a closer look at how the race unfolded for the main players
There were so many intriguing angles in Turkey it's hard to know where to start. The apparent ease with which people could pass in the DRS zone created a lot of comment, while the pressure of performing multiple pitstops is really beginning to tell on the top teams, as the inevitable mistakes creep in.
Perhaps the most intriguing story of the day was that nearly all the top runners made four stops, and thus used five sets of tyres to run the 58 laps. That wasn't expected before the start, and certainly not by Pirelli.
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