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Valtteri Bottas: “That was the best Champagne I’ve Ever Tasted”

The Williams Martini Racing team confirmed its strong pace around the Red Bull Ring by securing third and fourth place at the Austrian Grand Prix behind the two Mercedes drivers. Valtteri Bottas took his first podium finish in Formula One in third, with pole sitter Felipe Massa one place behind him in fourth at the flag. Bottas lost a place to Mercedes driver and eventual race winner Nico Rosberg on the run down to the first corner on the opening lap but retook that spot before turn two, and ended up taking his maiden podium finish in Formula 1. The Finn praised the hard work of his team and wants them all to enjoy the result of the race at the Red Bull Ring. “It's difficult to explain...
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