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The 2021 Formula 1 campaign continues with the Turkish Grand Prix this weekend.

The Russian Grand Prix saw more drama last time out as Lewis Hamilton won in Sochi to top the driver’s standings by just two points.

Hamilton took to the podium after the Grand Prix for the 100th time

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Hamilton took to the podium after the Grand Prix for the 100th time

Max Verstappen may have been disappointed with the second position on the podium in other circumstances but conditions wreaked havoc on the track late-on.

Verstappen was able to climb from the back all the way up to second after a critical tyre change rescued the drivers’ efforts and in turn help out massively with the points on the drivers’ standings.

Hamilton ended up winning comfortably – by 53 seconds from the Red Bull driver – but it wasn’t an easy race by any means as rain created tricky driving conditions.

There are just seven races to go until the title is decided and it’s getting closer than ever.

Rain caused difficult conditions all weekend in Sochi, Russia

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Rain caused difficult conditions all weekend in Sochi, Russia

When is the F1 Turkish Grand Prix?

Practice for the Turkish Grand Prix started at 9:30am on Friday, October 8.

Qualifying for the race will take place at 10am on Saturday, October 9.

The race itself is set for Sunday, October 10 with lights out scheduled for 1pm UK time.

How do I watch the F1 Turkish Grand Prix?

Live coverage will be shown on Sky Sports F1 throughout the weekend with qualification coverage starting at 12pm on Saturday.

Build-up for the Grand Prix will begin at 11.30am on Sunday, October 10.

Highlights are also available to watch on Channel 4 throughout the weekend.

Lando Norris led the way until Hamilton overtook with just two laps to go

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Lando Norris led the way until Hamilton overtook with just two laps to go

F1 Turkish Grand Prix: Qualifying and starting positions

Hamilton would have taken pole in ordinary circumstances but the fastest qualifying time of 1:22.868 still means he will start the Turkish Grand Prix in 11th place.

Valtteri Bottas, who recorded a time of 1:22.998, will take pole position while the rivalry will continue between Red Bull and Mercedes as Verstappen will start in the second grid.

Charles Leclerc for Ferrari is just in behind with Peirre Gasly and Fernando Alonso following up for the front six grids.

Hamilton even set an Istanbul Park track record in Q3 but will have to make up the places in the race to reach the podium in Turkey.

Hamilton v Verstappen: F1 Turkish Grand Prix

Verstappen worked wonders to rescue crucial points in Russia but it wasn’t enough to retain the lead in the drivers’ table.

Hamilton did well to win in Sochi but the Turkish Grand Prix will heat things up again as only two points separate the title rivals.

Hamilton now has 246.5 points while Verstappen has 244.5.

The pair lead Valtteri Bottas by a distance who has 151 points and their rivalry continues to dominate the headlines in every race as we near a thrilling conclusion.

Mercedes also top the constructor standings as they have 397.5 points compared to Red Bull’s 364.5.

Hamilton will serve a 10-place grid penalty for Sunday’s Turkish Grand Prix as he continues his title battle with rival Max Verstappen.

The seven-time world champion will now take on a new engine – his fourth of the year, one more than is permitted.

However, Hamilton will avoid starting from the back as he is changing only the ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) and not a full power unit like Verstappen.

Hamilton isnt the only one taking a penalty with Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz starting Sunday’s race from the rear with a new power unit.

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