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McLaren 1-2 after Red Bulls collide

Lewis Hamilton took full advantage of a crash involving his two Red Bull rivals to claim victory and head Jenson Button home in a dramatic McLaren one-two in Sunday’s Turkish Grand Prix.

Webber grabs pole to maintain hot streak


Australian Mark Webber completed a hat-trick of pole positions on Saturday when he clocked the fastest time for Red Bull in qualifying for Sunday’s Turkish Grand Prix.
The 33-year-old championship leader — who leads team-mate Sebastian Vettel by virtue of races won as they are level on points — has now claimed four poles this season and five in his career and the Red Bull team have taken all seven this year.

Schumacher welcomes rule changes

Michael Schumacher was pleased to hear that Formula One’s governing body the FIA intend to improve the safety car rules following his penalty at the Monaco Grand Prix.
German Schumacher of Mercedes overtook Spaniard Fernando Alonso of Ferrari on the last corner after the safety car had entered the pits but was later punished by stewards who said that the manoeuvre was illegal.

Force India to use F-duct system

Continuing to experiment with updates, Force India will run their own F-duct system, which gives the driver speed advantage on long straights, in this weekend’s Turkish Grand Prix here.

Mallya banks on updates, consistency

Force India’s new-found consistency and the updates on the pipeline will yield a double point finish in Sunday’s Turkish Grand Prix, hopes chairman Vijay Mallya.
Force India goes into the seventh round of the championship in a buoyant mood following its double points finish at last week’s Monaco Grand Prix.

Webber ready for Turkish GP

Mark Webber remained level-headed this week as he prepared for this weekend’s Turkish Grand Prix — and his first bid to claim a Formula One hat-trick.
Amid speculation about his future with the pace-setting Red Bull team, the 33-year-old Australian made clear he has his sights set on nothing more than another strong performance — rather than rumours that he could be on his way to Ferrari or another team next year.

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