Turkish Grand Prix 2009 (Istanbul) Lap
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 Race details|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 Date||07 June 2009|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 Official name||V ING Turkish Grand Prix|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 Location||Istanbul Racing Circuit, Istanbul, Turkey|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 Course||Permanent racing facility
5.34 km (3.32 mi)
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 Distance||58 laps, 309.72 km (192.56 mi)|
Turkey is prepared the first appearance of the Formula One schedule in 2005 with wholly newest model construction of circuit in Istanbul. The stunning 5.378 kilometre way was planned by well-known German architect Hermann Tilke, the man following Sepang, Bahrain and Shanghai.
The Turkish grand prix track was designed by 14 corners. There are 8 left side curves and 6 right side curves in this circuit. The maximum speed of the cars is 330 km/h.
An abnormal facet of the site is that the circuit runs anti-clockwise; building the Turkish Grand Prix One of merely two events on the schedule to perform consequently. It holds a large range of turns. The curves as well as the infamous highlight Turn Eight, and as maybe not as scientific as, tell, Shanghai, it absolutely presents the drivers with true defy.
The nature of the track is more improved by abundance of slopes. The circuit is constructed on four dissimilar earth levels. There can be less clear overhauling chances than at a few further Tilke tracks. The tracks does not mark the extensive straights chased by stretched hairpins that distinguish the likes of Sepang and Shanghai and although the possible for a driver under stress to make an oversight here stands for no deficiency of transient.
When you had guess from a latest site, onlooker amenities are imposing. The site coordinators identified they had to opponent the extremely lofty values put by Bahrain and China. Seats facility is approximately 1, 30,000, with 25,000 of those in the major show off. The car parking facility is available for 12,000 cars. Taking over the Track's skyline are two seven-floor VIP towers at also finish of the compound.
There are 58 Laps in the Circuit. The Track length is 5.338 km. The distance of the Race is 309.396 km. The Record Time of the Lap is 1:24.770 finished by J.P. Montoya in 2005. The Petrol Ofisi Turkish grand prix Formula One race will be commenced on Sunday, 10th May, 2009.
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 (Istanbul) Dates on Fri 05 June 2009|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 Schedules on Friday Practice 1||10:00 - 11:30|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 Schedules on Friday Practice 2||14:00 - 15:30|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 (Istanbul) Dates on Sat 06 June 2009|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 Schedules on Saturday Practice||11:00 - 12:00|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 Schedules on Qualifying||14:00|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 (Istanbul)Dates on Sun 07 June 2009|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 Schedules on Race||15:00|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 (Istanbul) Race Date:||07 Jun 2009|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 (Istanbul) Number of Laps:||58|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 (Istanbul) Circuit Length:||5.338 km|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 (Istanbul) Race Distance:||309.396 km|
|Turkish Grand Prix 2009 (Istanbul) Lap Record:||1:24.770 - JP Montoya (2005)|