Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

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

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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

What humans see of Sebastian Vettel.

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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

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

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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

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

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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

Team principals and technical directors. They like athletic shoes.

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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

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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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

Splendid terrain, splendid Kamui Kobayashi.

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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

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

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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

Ironic Wayfarers will not fly in Turkey.

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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

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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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

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

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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

Guys having a killer time.

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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

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

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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

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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Pictures from the 2011 Turkish Grand Prix

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

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