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Bottas calm after lack of Friday running

– Valtteri Bottas says there was "no point" in completing lots of mileage during Friday's pair of practice sessions in Bahrain. The Finn, who was replaced by reserve driver Felipe Nasr for the opening session, completed only nine laps in the evening, while team-mate Felipe Massa racked up just 24 over the course of the day. But Bottas made clear that his team has plenty of data from pre-season testing, which he feels took place amid similar conditions. "We were waiting for the track to improve," said Bottas, who finished 11th in the second session. "We've done so much testing here and we've got a lot of data. "The conditions were quite similar in the...
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