F1: That’s why Bottas’s chances of winning were lost

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Starting from pole position, Valtteri Bottas could have had a chance to win at the Formula One Eifel Grand Prix, compared to two-thirds of the race from the box only after being forced to stand in lap 19 due to a technical error.

“Yeah, it turned out unfortunate – what can I say ?! During the virtual safety car section, I started to lose engine power and after that it didn’t even recover. There was a big loss of engine power, there is probably something with the resource, but there are no details yet. I was unlucky, but until then I had a fun race, ”said the Finn about the problem.

Bottas had already clashed with his teammate at the start, but he fought off his attack. “It was a great start, we fought a good battle. By no means did I want to make things easier, so I’m glad I was able to keep the lead, ”he dissected the first moments of the race.

“Later, I braked the 1st corner, so I lost the position, and at the same time it meant that I had to come out early for new tires,” he pointed out to his mistake. “Things were just starting to go well because I felt I could get under the cut.”

With the Finn deteriorating and losing, Lewis Hamilton was in the winning position and with his victory he set Michael Schumacher’s record. This year’s seventh and 91st-ranked UK advantage thus gained 69 points at the top of the composite.

Source: Crash.net

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