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There was never any doubt who would be the ‘one’ in Red Bull’s one-two finish in Turkey.
Alonso gave Ferrari their first podium finish since Interlagos last year.
A slow pit stop also delayed Lewis Hamilton’s run to fourth.
Schumacher lagged behind Rosberg in qualifying and hit Petrov in the race.
Heidfeld says Petrov’s move on him during the Turkish Grand Prix was “not safe”.
Kamui Kobayashi promised Peter Sauber he’d score a point from the back row of the grid – and he did.
Paul di Resta failed to finish a race for the first time in 2011 due to a suspected loose wheel.
Rubens Barrichello ran in the top ten in the Turkish Grand Prix but fell back with a KERS problem.
Buemi scored points with a three-stopper but Alguersuari had to make an extra stop.
Lotus believe Heikki Kovalainen could have beaten Pastor Maldonado again.
Virgin had to abandon part of their upgrade package and Glock failed to start.
A wheel problem for Vitantonio Liuzzi kept HRT from beating Virgin.
Vettel set his fifth consecutive pole position in Turkey.
In the round-up: the FIA will not ban DRS at the Monaco Grand Prix, despite safety concerns.