After an action-packed race weekend ends at Sochi Autodrom, the Formula 1 paddock head towards the Istanbul Park Circuit for the Turkish Grand Prix.
So let’s take a look at some of the most controversial moments from the Turkish Grand Prix.
During the 2010 Turkish GP, Mark Webber conserved fuel on lap 40, which allowed Sebastian Vettel to challenge him for the lead, but the two collided. As a result, Vettel retired, which promoted Hamilton and Button to first and second.
The start of the race was affected by a multi-car accident entering the first corner with Fisichella spinning, causing a chain reaction behind him. Raikkonen, Heidfeld, Fisichella, Speed, and Ralf Schumacher all needed repairs after the opening-lap incident.
Hamilton and Button were instructed to conserve fuel, but the latter had not been given a target lap time and attempted to overtake Hamilton on lap 48, although the former retained the lead and win his first race of the 2010 season.
During lap 14 of the 2005 Turkish GP, Mark Webber tried to unlap himself from Michael Schumacher but the two collided. The Australian lost his front wing whereas Schumacher suffered rear suspension damage.
During the opening lap of last year’s Turkish GP, Daniel Ricciardo and Esteban Ocon made contact at the first turn, which caused the Frenchman to spin. Bottas also spun while avoiding a collision with Ocon.