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Turkish Grand Prix 2021

What time does the 2021 F1 Turkish GP start?

The 2021 F1 Turkish GP will take place from 8-10 October at Istanbul Park. Here is everything you need to know about what time the race starts on Sunday.

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When is the Turkish GP?

The Turkish Grand Prix will be held on 10 October around the 5.338km Istanbul Park circuit. The race weekend will follow a traditional format with qualifying taking place on Saturday ahead of Sunday's race.

How many laps is the Turkish GP?

The 2021 Turkish Grand Prix is set to be held over 58 laps with a maximum race time of two hours if there are any stoppages or delays.

What time does the Turkish GP start?

The 2021 Turkish Grand Prix will start at 13:00 BST/14:00 CET. Here are the start times for the race for various time zones across the world.

2021 F1 Turkish Grand Prix start times

Time zone Race start time
Pacific Daylight Time 5AM
Central Daylight Time 7AM
Eastern Daylight Time 8AM
Brasilia Standard Time 9AM
Western Europe Summer Time / British Summer Time 1PM
Central European Time 2PM
Eastern Europe Summer Time 3PM
Gulf Standard Time 4PM
India Standard Time 5:30PM
Western Indonesia Time 7PM
China Standard Time 8PM
Korea / Japan Standard Time 9PM
Australian Eastern Standard Time 10PM
New Zealand Standard Time 1AM Monday October 11

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