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Brazil GP: Post Sprint press conference

Today's post-Sprint press conference with Valtteri Bottas, Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz. Track Interviews - Conducted by Felipe Massa Valtteri, straight away just pulling next to Max. I was looking and I was a little scared that the tyres would survive until the end and we would have some battle at the end, but actually you had traction. So what do you think about the race. Was the start the main thing?Valtteri Bottas: Exactly, today the start was the key thing for me, to have a good start. We gambled a little bit with the Soft tyre. We knew that it would be a benefit for the start and it worked and then it was all about trying to survive to the end. It was tricky at the end but Max...
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