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Bottas: ‘I can't see myself as number two'

Valtteri Bottas is hoping that he can prove to be more competitive up against Lewis Hamilton next season, saying he would rather 'stay at home' than be a number two driver. The Finn has secured the first couple of grand prix victories in his career and still has a chance of finishing runner-up in the World Drivers' Championship this year. But Bottas has not being able to push Hamilton out of his comfort zone after being out-qualified 13-5 with a four tenth gap on average and finishing below Hamilton on 11 occasions when both Mercedes cars have finished the race. 'In a few occasions, not as many as I would have wanted, I managed to be ahead of him,' Bottas told Sky Sports News, 'Even though...
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