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Ex-F1 Driver Questions Bottas’ Motivation To Help Hamilton Defeat Verstappen

Former F1 racer Timo Glock has questioned Valtteri Bottas’ motivation “to drive forward to support Lewis Hamilton” against Max Verstappen. Hamilton and Verstappen have been locked in an intense fight for this year’s F1 crown since lights out in Bahrain, and both Mercedes and Red Bull have, on occasion, used their team-mates to help their chances in the Championship battle. The seven-time World Champion comfortably won last weekend’s Qatar GP, but he had to do it without the support of Bottas, who started down the order due to a grid penalty. While Verstappen, who was also hit with a grid penalty for ignoring double waved yellow flags in qualifying, quickly worked his way up to a...
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