Valtteri got the pole after Lewis getting the grid penalty.
F1 is in Istanbul
Formula-1 is in Istanbul for today's Grand Prix, the weather like the previous GP can bring great surprises with rain during the race, so the result at the end might be unpredictable.
Last year in Turkish GP 2020
Hamilton won the race and the World Driver Championship for the 7th time in his career, he matched with the same number of titles as Michael Schumacher, a mark that nobody thought would be reached.
It was a rainy race from back to forth, Bottas finished in a sad 14th position, far away from Hamilton and couldn't fight anymore for the driver's title.
Sergio Peréz finished on an incredible 2nd position, just ahead of Sebastian Vettel, who did a great consistent race, finishing in 3rd, just ahead of his team mate Charles Leclerc, 4th after a mistake on the last curves of the race, while trying to pass the Mexican driver.
In 5th, Carlos Sainz, the Spanish driver did very well and nearly passed Leclerc at the end as well. Max Verstappen, who spun many times during the race, finishing just in 6th, ahead of Albon in 7th.
Lando Norris got the fastest lap of the race, getting the extra 1 point (fastest lap award 2020).
Please, invite you all to watch the highlights of the Turkish GP from last year on the link below.
What to expect from the Turkish GP 2021?
Valtteri Bottas will start in the pole, after Lewis Hamilton got the grid penalty. It will be tough race for the British driver.
Starting just behind Bottas will be Max Verstappen in second, the Dutch driver is in a good position for the race with chances to finish ahead of Hamilton and possibly assuming the leadership of the Driver's Championship.
Charles Leclerc will start in third, just ahead of Pierre Gasly, both drivers did their best during the Qualifying, but the Monégasque prevailed ahead.
Starting on fifth will be Fernando Alonso, good performance from the Spanish driver, who will start ahead of Sergio Peréz in sixth.
Lando Norris will start in seventh, with Lance Stroll in eighth just behind him, unlike last year when the Canadian started in the Pole, he spun during the Qualifying and had his result compromised.
Completing the top 10 will be Yuki Tsunoda in ninth and Sebastian Vettel in tenth.
The race should be interesting, the races in Turkey brings good surprises and intense fights, if raining, the result will be certainly unpredictable.
The complete starting grid positions can be seen here.
We hope to see a good race in Turkey, please, see the highlight for the Qualifying on the link below.
Schedule for the Grand Prix
Race will light out today, October 10th, 2021 at 3:00 pm local time, 9:00am Brasilia time or 02:00pm Rome and Amsterdam time, or 01:00pm London time, or 08:00pm Taipei time. Let us watch the race in Turkey!