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Who wins the third season race of Formula 1 in Portimao? Valtteri Bottas starts from the pole, Sebastian Vettel wants to continue his upward trend.
The mood at Mercedes should be omitted before the Grand Prix of Portugal. "We both stand in front of Max, we have to be happy," Hamilton said after qualifying.
Valtteri Bottas has conquered the. "It's a good feeling. The last pole feels a long time ago. But tomorrow is the day, who counts," the Vice World Champion ahead of the race.
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Thus, the Finn became a game of play for Lewis Hamilton, who could have gained the 100th pole position, but only on second place landed. ()
Nevertheless, Hamilton has good memories of Portimao: At the Formula 1 premiere in the Autromo Internacional do Algarve, Brite celebrated its 92nd Grand Prix victory in the previous year and thus repressed Michael Schumacher in second place of the drivers with most racing successes.Vettel hopes for "clean weekend"
in qualifying landed the Brite after all before his World Cup rivals Max stood, which had to be satisfied with third place.
"Three place is not ideal, we'll try everything. But it's not a great fun to drive here," damaged stages after the race and suggested that he could "enjoy no round due to the strong wind and slippery asphalt ".
Aston Martin: Burning brakes clarified in Imola
© Motorsport Images Aston Martin still knows how to disadvantage through the new rules The pre-start phase in Imola was much stressful for the mechanics of Aston Martin. Because both Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll came with burning brakes in the Formula 1 starting pitch. For Vettel, the subsequent repair had an aftermath: because it was worked for too long at the car, he received a time penalty in the race.
in Portimao On the Algarve, the pilots awaits a sophisticated mountain valley route.
in the run-up to the Portugal GP stressed Sebastian Vettel that he hope for a "clean weekend". In qualifying, he has already celebrated a first success experience: after fifteen unsuccessful attempts, he was able to qualify for the third qualifying section for the first time. Vettel reached ten place and struck his teammate Lance Stroll for the first time. For the first time since last August he starts again in the top ten. The first points for his new Team Aston Martin would be sure to watch Vettel's optimistic in the future.
for Rookie Mick Schumacher is probably not a realistic chance on Sunday on Sunday. Schumacher reached in qualifying place 19, but at least once again could win the Haas-Stall duel against Nikita maepin.So you can track the race live:
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Marc Surer: Aston Martin has the "car wasted" .
© Motorsport Images Sebastian Vettel and Aston Martin has so far on his own goals behind only five points from four races for Aston Martin, Sebastian Vettel still without top 10 place in This year: the formula 1 kick-off 2021 team and driver had imagined very differently. But Marc Surer believes: the turnaround will come. in the 'Sport1' podcast explains the former Grand Prix racer, which is why he emanates from a rising form curve at Aston Martin: "The future looks a rosy somehow.