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Qualifying will ‘be a bit tighter than you expect’ – Bottas

Valtteri Bottas believes qualifying for the German Grand Prix is “going to be a bit tighter than what you expect” after a tough FP2 session. With Susie Wolff driving his car in the morning session, Bottas only had the afternoon to get comfortable and work on car set-up. Having admitted that he struggled to get the car as he wants it during FP2, Bottas said he believes Williams can recover on Saturday and expects qualifying to be close between a number of teams. “We're hoping to get there,” Bottas said. “It's always difficult to say from Friday exactly where you are, so I think we still need to see tomorrow. The only thing we can do now is work really hard and try to improve the...
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