DRS ZONE FOR TURKISH GP
In Turkey the zone will be located ahead of the circuit's best overtaking opportunity at turn 12, where Red Bull drivers Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber collided last year while fighting for the lead. The zone will start just ahead of the flat-out turn 11 kink and extend all the way to the braking zone for turn 12. The DRS detection point, at which a driver has to be within a second of the car in front to activate his rear wing on the following straight, will be located just ahead of the braking zone for turn nine.
NICO IN FERRARI, ONE BIG JOKE!!!
Mercedes boss Norbert Haug has laughed off reports that Nico Rosberg could be set to switch to Ferrari: "Last weekend it was the first of May, not the first of April. So this joke is a month too late."
FERRARI WITH NEW UPDATE PACKAGE AT TURKISH GP, BUT NOT AIMING FOR VICTORY!!!
Ferrari will introduce new front and rear wings, plus modified brake ducts, at this weekend's Turkish Grand Prix as it begins to get on top of the problems it has suffered in the early part of the campaign. After a major analysis at Maranello in recent weeks as to why its new car was not producing the downforce that wind tunnel figures suggested it should, Ferrari thinks it is now starting to get an understanding of what has happened this year.
Ferrari's chief designer Nikolas Tombazis is not expecting a huge breakthrough.