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Verstappen seeks Texan triumph to extend advantage over Hamilton

Urdu Point 21 Oct 2021
" - Improved Mercedes - Mercedes' recent return to form has in part been due to improved power and pace, albeit that Hamilton's grid penalty for taking a new engine in Turkey restricted him to finishing only fifth. "For Lewis, the absolute view of Turkey is that he lost one point ...
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Verstappen seeks Texan triumph to extend advantage over HamiltonHaving finished fourth, third and second, but ...

Deccan Herald 21 Oct 2021
Mercedes' recent return to form has in part been due to improved power and pace, albeit that Hamilton's grid penalty for taking a new engine in Turkey restricted him to finishing only fifth. "For Lewis, the absolute view of Turkey is that he lost one point more than Max did in the ...
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Max Verstappen seeks Texan triumph to extend advantage over Lewis Hamilton

Independent online (SA) 21 Oct 2021
Mercedes' recent return to form has in part been due to improved power and pace, albeit that Hamilton's grid penalty for taking a new engine in Turkey restricted him to finishing only fifth. "For Lewis, the absolute view of Turkey is that he lost one point more than Max did in the ...
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Formula One: Verstappen seeks Texan triumph to extend lead over Hamilton

Straits Times 21 Oct 2021
Mercedes' recent return to form has in part been due to improved power and pace, albeit that Hamilton's grid penalty for taking a new engine in Turkey restricted him to finishing only fifth. "For Lewis, the absolute view of Turkey is that he lost one point more than Max did in the ...
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Lewis Hamilton can ‘live with’ engine penalty points loss to Max Verstappen

The Independent 21 Oct 2021
Lewis Hamilton can “live with” the points swing to Max Verstappen that followed his engine change at the Turkish Grand Prix, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said ... "For Lewis, the absolute view of Turkey is that he lost one point more than Max did in the previous race in Russia with a similar engine change, which we can live with," Wolff said.
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Ferrari satisfied: 'Our new engine is working well'

GP Blog 20 Oct 2021
In recent months the engine management of Ferrari worked hard to provide Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz with an improved engine, with which the drivers should be able to compete. During the Grands Prix of Russia and Turkey ...
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Greenbrier announces webcast and conference call of quarterly financial results

Polk County Itemiser-Observer 20 Oct 2021
LAKE OSWEGO, Ore., Oct. 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Greenbrier Companies, Inc ... What ... When ... PDT ... About Greenbrier ... Greenbrier Europe is an end-to-end freight railcar manufacturing, engineering and repair business with operations in Poland, Romania and Turkey that serves customers across Europe and in the nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council ... ....
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Togo's capital decorated with Turkish flags ahead of Erdogan's visit

Anadolu Agency 19 Oct 2021
Turkish and Togolese flags line streets in Togo’s capital Lome ahead of the official visit of Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.  ... "I knew that Turkey opened an embassy in Lome ... Monique Adade, 24, an industrial engineer, said she had been hearing about Turkey very often in recent years.
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Wolff fears for Red Bull: 'It's going to be very tight until the end'

GP Blog 19 Oct 2021
Whereas Verstappen put a new engine in his car in Russia, Hamilton picked up a grid penalty in Turkey ... Read more. Wolff forgiving ... Mercedes expecting tough races ... "In the end, we lost eight points to Red Bull in Turkey because of a grid penalty ... Read more ... ....
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Wolff forgiving: 'We can live with that'

GP Blog 19 Oct 2021
The German racing stable succeeded quite well in doing so in Turkey, as with its speed Mercedes was a lot ... "In absolute terms, Lewis lost one point more in Turkey than Max lost in the previous race in Russia, where he had a similar engine change to Lewis, but we can live with that.
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VIDEO | Why are Mercedes so fast on the straights?

GP Blog 19 Oct 2021
At the Turkish Grand Prix, the new Mercedes engine demonstrated a new level of performance ... Red Bull had asked the FIA whether Mercedes were using clever tricks to keep their engines cooler ... Bottas took two consecutive engine penalties at Monza and Sochi, while Hamilton received his fourth ICE at Turkey, meaning he received a penalty.
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Analysis: Why Mercedes can “live with” Hamilton’s Turkish GP points loss | 2021 F1 season

F1Fanatic 19 Oct 2021
Lewis Hamilton lost ground to Max Verstappen in Turkey, but Mercedes say they can "live with" the setback incurred after his engine change penalty ... .
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U.K. Economy Sputters Post-Brexit

Political Wire 19 Oct 2021
... consumers and a customs territory that is bigger still, stretching from the Atlantic to Turkey.
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