The Turkish Grand Prix 2021 is going to be held in Istanbul Park from Friday, 8 October.
The rivals of Mercedes’ has limiter superb damage for them. Max Verstappen and Red Bull will love to come back to winning ways.
Last year, Turkey proved the most exciting Turkey last year proved one of the most exciting races. Now it returns with rain and incredibly low grip tarmac.
This time, Hamilton will head to Istanbul and will have an epic title clash against Verstappen.
Hamilton said, “So much more grip than we’ve ever had before. It’s intense how much grip there is out there, which is awesome. So it’s made it much, much more enjoyable track to drive, much more like it was before.”
Max Verstappen, Red Bull Mercedes said “We’re still looking around a bit, (thinking) what to do. Of course, it’s a bit different here. We don’t have a lot of data from here with this kind of car, so it seems like, yeah, we have a bit of an evening ahead to try to make it better, because today wasn’t the best of days.”
- Defending champion:
- 2020: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
Where is the Turkish Grand Prix 2021?
Istanbul Park will host the Formula 1 Turkish Grand Prix 2021. This has been described as the best race track in the world by Bernie Ecclestone. The venue has the most beloved corners in the world. It is Turn 8, which is called “Diabolica” by nickname.
The track can contain 150,000 spectators. The upper floor also has a capacity of 5000 people.
Friday 8th October 2021
- Free Practice 1: 04:30 – 05:30 ET / 01:30 – 02:30 PT
- Free Practice 2: 08:00 – 09:00 ET / 05:00 – 06:00 PT
Saturday 9th October 2021
- Free Practice 3: 05:00 – 06:00 ET
- Qualifying: 08:00 – 09:00 ET
How to Watch Turkish Grand Prix 2021 Live Stream?
Turkish Grand Prix live stream is available on Sky Go App. But it will include no extra charge.
If you want to cut the cord of cable TV, you will get plenty of options. You will get the live stream on fuboTV. Their monthly subscription will cost you $69.99. You will also get 100+ channels there.
AT&T TV will be showing the tournament live to their subscriber. Their subscription fee is $69.99 which is the same as the fuboTV.
Hulu+ Live TV, Youtube TV will also be broadcasting the tournament live. Hulu+ Live TV will cost you $65 per month and Youtube TV will cost you $70 per month.
How to Watch Live on TV?
- Sky sports
Turkish Grand Prix will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK. You will have to contact your cable provider for the connection.
ESPN will be broadcasting Turkish GP in the USA. You will have to log in with your cable operator’s details to catch the actions. If you are out of their territory, contact your cable operator soon.
Here are the latest odds from Planet Sports Bet on the winner of the Turkish Grand Prix:
- Max Verstappen – (Red Bull) 1/1
- Lewis Hamilton – (Mercedes) 5/4
- Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) 14/1
- Sergio Perez (Red Bull) 18/1
- Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) 33/1
- Lando Norris (McLaren) 33/1
Drivers’ Championship Rankings:
- Lewis Hamilton – 246.5 points
- Max Verstappen – 244.5 points
- Valtteri Bottas – 151 points
- Lando Norris – 139 points
- Sergio Perez – 120 points
It’s a matter of time the race will be on the track and the wait for the fans will be over. If you are an F1 fan, call your friends, order some pizza and catch all the actions live.