The second practice session in Istanbul ended with the top teams not far apart on lap time. But each seems to be strong at different points on the Istanbul track. Read on for analysis and interactive data from second practice.
Red Bull and Force India ran F-ducts on their cars for the first time in practice for the Turkish Grand Prix today. See below for pictures of the new parts and the other cars during practice at Istanbul.
McLaren were fastest again in the second practice session for the Turkish Grand Prix. Close behind Button were the two Red Bulls. But both suffered reliability problems on their cars, with Mark Webber coming to a stop at the end of the session.
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McLaren grabbed the headlines with the fastest time in first practice at Turkey but there’s no missing the potential of Red Bull either. Take a closer look at the data from first practice below.
Lewis Hamilton was the fastest driver in the first practice session in Turkey, setting setting a lap almost a second quicker than team mate Jenson Button. The two Mercedes were behind them, followed by Sebastian Vettel in the Red Bull.
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