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ISTANBUL - Brazil's Felipe Massa spearheaded a Ferrari one-two when he scorched to victory in yesterday's Turkish Grand Prix.
Championship leading Briton Lewis Hamilton's title hopes suffered a blow through a tyre failure and he finished fifth at the end of an enthralling race in hot conditions.
Massa triumphed from pole at Istanbul Park for the second year in a row as he took the chequered flag 2,2 seconds ahead of teammate Kimi Raikkonen.
Hamilton was leading on lap 43, with his final pit-stop moments away, when the right front tyre of his McLaren-Mercedes suddenly burst, sending him sliding off the circuit.
Britain's rookie sensation managed to coax the car back to the garage on three wheels, but it cost him a certain third place finish as he dropped behind teammate Fernando Alonso and BMW's Nick Heidfeld.
Hamilton's lead over double champion Alonso was cut by two points to five with just five races left this season.
Massa's third win of the season, and fifth of his career, saw him leapfrog Raikkonen into third place in the championship standings. But he is still 15 points behind Hamilton with Raikkonen one point further back.
The Sao Paulo-born driver, who had scored his maiden win on the track last year, dominated a processional race and only relinquished the lead during the two rounds of pit-stops.
Raikkonen got within half-a-second of Massa, but never threatened to overtake as Ferrari claimed their second one-two of the season. - Sapa-AFP