2011 Turkish Grand Prix qualifying in pictures

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There was no change in the identity of the pole sitter in Istanbul.

But for the first time theis year Sebastian Vettel was joined by team mate Mark Webber as they locked out the front row of the grid.

Here are pictures from today’s qualifying session.

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11 comments on 2011 Turkish Grand Prix qualifying in pictures

  1. Fer no.65 (@fer-no65) said on 7th May 2011, 15:27

    that picture with Buemi is superb!

  2. AndrewTanner (@andrewtanner) said on 7th May 2011, 16:47

    Phew…I thought Vettel forgot to whip the finger out! A rather more subdued approach than usual…unlike his lap.

  3. Fixy (@fixy) said on 7th May 2011, 17:19

    On the front of Ferrari’s helmets there is Ferrari’s logo. But has anyone noticed that Alonso’s has the correct logo, with the two red rectangles near “Scuderia Ferrari”, whilst Massa’s hasn’t?

  4. Gucha said on 7th May 2011, 18:08

    The Paddock Club is full. However, look how few people are there in the grandstands.
    Is it no more than 25% seats occupied for qualifying and supporting races?

  5. Burnout said on 7th May 2011, 19:14

    Nico needs a shave! I know people sometimes compare him to Leonardo di Caprio, but here he just looks like a Heidfeld-in-the-making.

  6. RIISE (@riise) said on 8th May 2011, 11:48


    Is Heikki trying to get a modelling contract? And is Narain drunk?

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