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Bottas 'had to save everything' to finish

– Valtteri Bottas has blamed the timing of his second pit-stop for his failure to finish higher than seventh in the Canadian Grand Prix.Bottas ran fourth in the early stages in his Williams, but suffered from overheating problems after his second stop on lap 35 when he got caught up behind the one-stopping Force India of Nico Hülkenberg. He tried to pass the German at the hairpin on lap 57 but ran wide and then lost out to his team-mate, Felipe Massa.Bottas was also later passed by Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button, dropping him to ninth, although he of course gained two places at the end when Sergio Pérez and Massa had their coming together."The beginning of the race was...
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