By Alan Baldwin ISTANBUL, May 30 (Reuters) - Formula One's long wait for a 2011 tyre deal will continue into next week after 11th hour talks with Michelin at the Turkish Grand Prix on Sunday. Japanese company Bridgestone is quitting the sport in November and the teams, eager to get on with designing their 2011 cars, had originally hoped a deal would be signed with a new partner by the end of last month. The negotiations, seemingly narrowed down to a choice between French company ...
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