Sports Bottas wins in Russia as Hamilton misses F1 win record

17:26  27 september  2020
17:26  27 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Valtteri Bottas won in Sochi as a 10-second time penalty denied Lewis Hamilton the chance to equal Michael Schumacher’s 91 race wins . Hamilton third behind Max Verstappen after 10-second penalty. World champion was bidding to equal Schumacher’s 91 GP wins .

A Mercedes driver did win the Russian Grand Prix but it wasn't the one everyone expected. Valtteri Bottas took the checkered flag after Lewis Hamilton Valtteri Bottas took the checkered flag after Lewis Hamilton suffered a 10-second time penalty. Lewis Hamilton missed out on equaling Michael

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SOCHI, Russia — Valtteri Bottas won the Russian Grand Prix on Sunday after his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton's race was ruined by penalties, in front of the largest crowd of the pandemic-hit season.

Hamilton had been looking to match Michael Schumacher's record of 91 wins in Formula One but had to settle for third behind Bottas and Max Verstappen. Bottas built a sizeable lead over Verstappen with ease and cruised to his first win since the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix.

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Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas scored his second win of 2020 at the Russian Grand Prix, benefitting from a penalty for his polesitting team mate Lewis Hamilton that left the six-time champion third at the flag, as Max Verstappen Esports Fantasy Daily Fantasy F 1 Play F 1 2020 F 1 Mobile Racing F 1 Manager.

Valtteri Bottas claimed his first F 1 victory, holding off Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel in the Russian GP, with Kimi Raikkonen third and an overheating Lewis Hamilton fourth.

Hamilton was already under investigation by the stewards when he started the race from pole position. Before the race he twice stopped to perform practice starts at the exit of the pit lane, rather than in the designated area. That eventually earned him two five-second penalties, dropping him as low as 11th at one stage.

“Where’s that in the rule book?” he asked the team, and called the situation “ridiculous.”

Hamilton had asked Mercedes over the radio if he could perform the starts there, and was told he could. It was the second time in three races that a team blunder cost the British driver a shot at victory. Hamilton was leading at the Italian Grand Prix when he was given a penalty for entering the pit lane while it was closed, after a radio message from the team warning him was sent too late.

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Lewis Hamilton has earned pole at the Formula One Russian Grand Prix in Sochi and is chasing Michael Schumacher's record © Pavel Victory would give Hamilton his seventh win of an already-dominant season that has left his rivals trailing, none of whom have recorded more than one win .

Lewis Hamilton trails Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas by 0.2 seconds after second Russian GP Lewis Hamilton struggled in first practice at the Russia GP on Friday, coming in just 19th. Hamilton missed the apex of the right-handed bend before heading through the run-off area and cancelling his

Hamilton's championship lead over Bottas was cut to a still-healthy 44 points with seven scheduled races remaining on a calendar heavily modified because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Bottas, who also claimed the bonus point for fastest lap, said he wanted to “thank my critics” after ending a run of eight races without a win despite having, with Hamilton, by far the fastest car.

He tried to take the lead off Hamilton at the start using the slipstream but braked too late for the second turn, allowing Hamilton to retake first.

Two first-lap crashes brought out the safety car as McLaren’s Carlos Sainz clipped a barrier while trying to rejoin the track from a run-off area and Lance Stroll’s Racing Point span into a barrier after contact with Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc.

Russia allowed larger crowds than at any other round of the F1 season to date. Fans wore masks in stands filled to around half of normal capacity. Final attendance figures weren’t immediately available, but Russian media reported around 30,000 spectators were expected over the race weekend.


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