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Istanbul Park no longer an 'ice rink' in 2021: 'Should be more grip now'

The Turkish Grand Prix is the next race on the calendar and with last year's race still in the back of our minds, the question is what the condition of the track is like. In 2020 it was slippery at Istanbul Park, but Michael Masi is sure that this year will be better. New asphalt in Turkey In 2020, Turkey was selected to host a Grand Prix. In the year that the coronavirus was discovered several organisations had to cancel their races. In Turkey a race could be organised, but drivers and teams were not very happy with Istanbul Park. Read more Analysis | This data shows who really are the best drivers in 2021 Formula 1 Although the circuit is a beloved one among drivers and fans, the edition...
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