g2o Turkey
Yes, we are back! Turkey's Intercity Istanbul Park will host a Grand Prix for the first time since 2011, this year the Turkish Grand Prix will be run on November 15, 2020.

As g2o Turkey team we are extremely excited to have F1 back to our beloved city Istanbul and please contact with g2o Turkey team for any of your enquires.

Here are the 4 reasons why you should also be excited!

The Legendary Turn Eight

Make no mistake – Istanbul Park is one of Hermann Tilke’s finest creations (the finest? Discuss). The track’s been compared to Spa-Francorchamps (high praise indeed) and features some properly good corners.

Turn 8, the multi-apex Pouhon-style left-hander is one of the all-time great challenges in a Formula 1 car. Tilke even engineered bumpiness into the turn and made it fall downhill just to add to the exhilaration.

It will be mega
in 2020-spec cars

If you have plans for November 14, cancel them. Cancel them immediately. Because qualifying day for the 2020 Turkish Grand Prix is going to be worth tuning in for.

Considering that around the similar-length Silverstone circuit this year, pole for the British Grand Prix was over six seconds quicker than it was in 2011, watching these modern cars attacking Istanbul Park is likely to be a jaw-dropping spectacle.

Another reason to visit
the gorgeous Istanbul!

Istanbul is one of the world’s most gorgeous and mysterious city, the coolest and most visited European city, the biggest city in Turkey.

Istanbul not only joins continents; it also joins cultures and people. F1 Turkish Grand Prix gives you another reason to visit the city of past present and future.

If drivers are excited,
we are excited!

Following the announcement, Formula 1 drivers are relishing the pending addition of Turkey’s Istanbul.

Esteban Ocon has never raced in Turkey, but agreed with Albon’s expectation that Turn 8 would be taken flat. “Turkey is a fantastic circuit” Ocon said. “It’s an old-school circuit, something I was watching on TV when I was younger. [The] massive left-hander, flat-out, is going to be pretty impressive”.

Alexander Albon: “It looks really cool, I’m excited. Liberty and Formula 1 are doing an amazing job choosing these kinds of circuits”... “We’re going to some of the best circuits in the world”...

It would be megaRomain Grosjean said about going back to Turkey. “I think it would be bloody awesome. It’s such a cool track. I really enjoy going there and racing. Turn 8 is a good one for the neck, so I think it would be very fast”.