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Bottas admits to training addiction and eating disorder

Valtteri Bottas has revealed how he became addicted to his training regimen in the early stages of his F1 career, and how the dependence led to an eating disorder and mental issues. Bottas graduated to Formula 1 in 2013 with Williams, the Finn remaining with the Grove-based outfit for four season before his high-profile move to Mercedes in 2017. After a difficult rookie season during which he scored just a single top-ten finish, Bottas was determined to achieve significant progress in 2014. But while he made a big step forward that year, concluding his campaign fourth in the championship and well ahead of Williams teammate Felipe Massa, Bottas' progress also took its toll on the Finn's...
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