Valtteri Bottas was left to lament what could have been had he not tagged the wall in Sunday's Australian Grand Prix.
The Williams driver, who started 15th after a gearbox penalty, was on the pace on Sunday afternoon at the Albert Park circuit and quickly began to make up positions.
However, tagging the wall at Turn 10, his FW36 sustained a broken wheel rim that went him crawling back to the pits for an unscheduled stop.
But despite his troubles, Bottas fought back and brought his car home in sixth place, elevated to fifth after Daniel Ricciardo's penalty.
And although the result was his best-ever in Formula One, the 24-year-old was disappointed because of what could have been.
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