The free practice sessions at Istanbul Park prior to the Grand Prix of Turkey were dominated by the new asphalt. Drivers slid and spun across the track and were unhappy with the brand new road surface. The organization of the Grand Prix has now found a very remarkable solution for this.
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After the first two free practice sessions, many drivers expressed their criticism of the asphalt of the circuit. Lewis Hamilton was the most critical, calling the new asphalt a waste of money and speaking of a disastrous day and terrifying conditions. Other drivers were also not really pleased with the conditions on the track, although some drivers had to admit that it was also fun to slide around like this, a comparison was often made with an ice rink.
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To overcome this problem and in an attempt to get the tarmac in better condition for tomorrow’s qualifying, the Turkish Grand Prix organizers decided it was a good idea to send a collection of road cars onto the track to do laps. to drive. This should ensure that there is more rubber on the road surface, making the track less slippery tomorrow. In any case, according to Rob van Gameren, it now looks like different cars will keep driving around in Istanbul all night long. Whether this approach ultimately works, the drivers will see tomorrow.
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