The flag of Spain was apparently inspired by tire marks at Istanbul Park.

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What humans see of Sebastian Vettel.

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Sebastian Vettel may be too young to drink his victory champagne, but he can certainly flirt with cheeky Turkettes.

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This car will most likely become a championship-winning car. Also, a championship-winning lawn mower.

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Team principals and technical directors. They like athletic shoes.

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German TV presenter Kai Ebel likes massive Eurotrash shock shoes. He also owns the sort of sport coats which complete this particular look.

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Splendid terrain, splendid Kamui Kobayashi.

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One unhappy 7-facher Weltmeister, also known as Michael Schumacher.

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Ironic Wayfarers will not fly in Turkey.

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The start of the race. Vettel is already away, Rosberg got off to a great 2nd only to finish 5th, Alonso would climb up the pack for his first podium of the year.

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Sergio Pérez, Mexico’s hope for future F1 glory.

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Guys having a killer time.

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Air guns, one of which gave Lewis Hamilton a serious headache during a glacial pitstop.

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An unhappy Jenson was made to try three stops instead of four. Even his sublime skills of tire management were useless against the crap Pirellis: as his tires faded away, he was passed by Rosberg to finish 6th.

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Red Bull can now afford to rotate their crew on the podium. Up for Turkey was Mark Ellis.

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